The Week 30 October 2010
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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 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. The Week is compulsive reading.
The Week is the very best way to catch up with the week’s news and comment in just one hour. But the magazine isn’t just informative, it’s also entertaining. Within its 35 editorial pages, you’ll find everything from reviews of the latest books to the pick of the week’s gossip. There’s also City news, the best properties on the market, arts coverage, and much much moreDear User, your publication has been rejected because WE DO NOT ACCEPT THIS SORT OF MATERIALS at englishtips.org. We only allow educatinal materials that have a clear connection to learning or teaching English. Note: if you're trying to share a movie, TV series or a cartoon with English subtitles, you can post the links in our Forum. We do not accept such materials on the main site. Thank you
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