One advantage of having family in the USA - Christmas present from daughter included a (signed!) copy of Stephen Shepherd's book on Hide Glue (fascinating reading if restoration is your thing) and a 3ml tube of Loctite 380 to repair the rubber antivib mount on my chainsaw.
(could buy the Loctite in 50ml quantities locally, or at £7 plus £8 p&P via the web. Costs under $5 in the US, and and adds nothing to postage cost of parcel with rest of family presents. Hmmmm)
I bought myself a yankee screwdriver from Rutlands. Just to let you all know, they describe it as a "Dakota" and "German made" but nothing else about its provenance. As I suspected, it turned out to be a Schroder. Very nice quality.
I chose mine (was given a Maxwell by family!), but that doesn't mean they're not very much appreciated:
A biscuit jointer and cordless impact driver (already have the rest of the set).
I've got to wait for the jointer as they're presently out of stock, but Axminster were happy to take an order at the old price, for which I'm very grateful. I think Far Eastern origin tools will go up a lot this year.