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The Week brings the most relevant and important news from more than 200 trusted local and global sources to our 324,000 readers in one concise, informative and entertaining read.
We provide all the facts you need to both confidently reflect on the last seven days and prepare for what’s coming next. The Week threads all sides of an argument together to offer a balanced perspective, because we understand that there are more than two sides to every story.
Free from influence and agenda, the magazine allows you to cut through the noise of the media and find clarity at a time it’s never been more important.
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The Art of The Week
Our illustrated covers are part of the heart and soul of the magazine, and may be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of The Week.
The satirical style that has come to reflect who we are so effortlessly is created by Howard McWilliam, who has been producing our eye-catching covers for the last thirteen years.
Join him in this insight into his creative process, as he takes you behind-the-scenes from the initial concept all the way to the finished artwork.
What our readers think
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Social responsibility & Dennis Publishing
The Week is owned by Dennis Publishing, a media company at the forefront of the magazine industry. Based in central London, Dennis produce a whole host of magazines in the lifestyle, automotive, technology and (of course) current affairs sectors.
At Dennis, we take social responsibility seriously. Created by our founder Felix Dennis, we are proud to support The Heart of England Forest, which aims to plant and preserve the largest native broadleaf forest in England. Our staff regularly volunteer to plant trees and maintain the land, and it’s an integral part of who we are as a company.
Each year our staff vote on one key charity to sponsor, and work hard to raise money at events throughout the year. Past charities have included The Sick Children’s Trust and Save the Bees.
We also support various other charities with close connections to Dennis and the media industry, including NABS, The Big Issue and Stonewall.