The Week Magazine
Everything you need to know in just ONE hour
The Week magazine takes the very best of the British and international news and comment, and distils it into just 35 succinct editorial pages, to help you keep abreast of events and form your own opinion of the latest issues. With the key stories delivered in bite-size chunks, you'll get the whole picture quickly, and easily.
What’s more, you will also get the lighter side of the news, with the latest stories on people in the news, food, drink and restaurant reviews, arts, music, books and film articles, the best properties of the week, travel tips and much, much more...
Don’t just take our word for it – try your first six issues for just £1 today, and find out how The Week informs, entertains, and perfectly complements your busy lifestyle.
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We all want to know what's going on in the world, but few of us have the time to read one newspaper from cover to cover, let alone all of them. In Britain alone, they amount to a staggering 5,800 pages a week – almost ten million words. Now, there's a plethora of news websites too. So, keeping up to date with what's happening, and understanding all the issues from all angles, has never been more difficult.
But the answer is at hand – The Week.
The Week takes the most important news stories from the best of the British and international press – from over 200 print and online sources – and expertly edits them together in one easy read. It does the hard work for you, so you can sit back and effortlessly catch up with the week’s news, from a variety of writers and publications.
As entertaining as it is informative, The Week also brings you the lighter side of the news, with the latest articles on people, music, art, literature, theatre, film, properties, sports, travel, food and drink, tabloid gossip, and more.
For those who enjoy a more in-depth approach, each week a ‘Briefing’ on a major matter of our time answers key questions on subjects as broad as Iraq ten years on, the horsemeat scandal, the Heathrow third runway proposal, to name a few examples. The magazine also includes an article in full, giving an in-depth perspective on an important issue. These are the stories you could easily miss, which are handpicked by The Week as being particularly fascinating – and worth your time.
In just one hour, you will be brought up to date with the most interesting, witty and informative writing, giving you a complete and balanced view on current affairs, and fully equipped for dinner party debate. If you are the kind of person who enjoys forming their own opinions on the news, The Week is the perfect magazine for you.
Don’t just take our word for it. Try your first six issues for just £1 today.