The Week brings together the best of both British and international press, providing readers with all the information about world events. One of the Britain’s fastest growing current affairs magazine, the Week magazine updates you with all the news and all the views in just 60 minutes.The first edition of The Week was published in 1995 by Jolyon Connell while he was working as the foreign editor of The Daily Telegraph. In 1996, entrepreneur Felix Dennis acquired a major shareholding in the magazine; since then the magazine is published by Dennis Publishing Ltd., bringing global circulation to 700,00. The Week has launched editions in US, and most recently in Australia.
Though everyone is interested in knowing the various events that take place across the globe, no one really has the time to read the newspaper from cover to cover, but the Week takes the best of British and International news, distils it in 35 concise editorial pages where you’ll find everything from reviews to latest books and pick of the week’s gossip, thereby updating you in minutes. Apart from being informative, the magazine is entertaining with light humour and jokes. There’s City news, the best properties on the market and arts coverage that brings you the most interesting insights on latest plays, books, films and opera. Simultaneously, there is also UK News which covers the key issues raised by the media, World News that brings you the very best of world media, European News, accompanied by some light-hearted travel and leisure info that presents you various travel destinations, pick of the week and the oddest tabloid stories https://www.tragedyinfo.com/brandon-david-shafer-obituary-death-brandon-david-shafer-cause-of-death/
In a nutshell, the Week brings to its readers a concise yet thorough overview with no jargon and no waffle; just a digest of the key stories accompanied by opinions by experts.
The Week’s website too has a lot to offer to its readers and subscribers. For the cooking freaks, there are special ‘The Week Recipes’; there is also The Week Bookshop, Prints, Travel Club and Wine Club. The Week’s website offers an online subscription for citizens of UK.