The Week covers the Best of the British and Foreign Media. With its non partisan reporting, The Week gives the reader an insight into all the the news, people, arts, drama, property, books and how the international media has reported it. This concise guide allows the reader to be up to date and have a wealth of knowledge to allow them to discuss all these key topics with their friends and peers.
Liz Truss: can she deliver, deliver, deliver?
It wasn’t all bad
The energy plan
Truss picks her team
Will Johnson go quietly?
Spirit of the age
Good week for:
Bad week for:
Scotland’s rent freeze
Europe at a glance
The world at a glance
Viewpoint: Oxford blues
Utopia in the desert • A tech billionaire is planning a new city named Telosa to house five million people in the southwestern US
The rise of the planned city
Best articles: Britain
IT MUST BE TRUE… I read it in the tabloids
Best of the American columnists
Joe Biden: going ballistic on primetime television
Best articles: International
A country on the brink: can Pakistan avert collapse?
What the scientists are saying…
French grammar is remarkably sticky
Greenland’s melting ice
Pick of the week’s Gossip
Harry and Meghan: the show goes on
Nuclear families: at risk of extinction?
The Uyghurs: the UN’s damning verdict
Quiet quitting: a white-collar revolution?
Wit & Wisdom
Football: Erik ten Hag’s “golden touch”
Tennis: Britain’s men thrive and grow at the US Open
Lewis Hamilton’s “blistering attack” on his own team
Pick of the week’s correspondence
Is fracking the answer?
Act of Oblivion
The Ink Black Heart
Theatre: I, Joan • Shakespeare’s Globe, London SE1 (020-7401 9919). Until 22 October Running time: 2hrs 50mins
Podcasts… from BBC defectors to football
The Rings of Power: a lavish prequel set in the “Kensington of Middle-earth”
Exhibition of the week Cornelia Parker • Tate Britain, London SW1 (020-7887 8888, tate.org.uk). Until 16 October
Where to buy… • The Week reviews an exhibition in a private gallery
Lost van Gogh “recreated”
Best books… Lionel Shriver • The novelist and journalist chooses her favourite books on “modern apostasy”. Her new book, Abominations: Selected Essays from a Career of Courting Self-Destruction (The Borough Press £20), is published this week
The Week’s guide to what’s worth seeing
The Archers: what happened last week
Coming up for sale
Unusual properties for £500,000 or less
What the experts recommend
Recipe of the week: Tatras-style lazy dumplings
New cars: what the critics say
The best… compact cameras
Tips of the week… how to take care of your heart
And for those who have everything…
Where to find… holidays on water in the UK
This week’s dream: hiking in Tanzania’s Uluguru Mountains
Hotel of the week
Getting the flavour of…
Last-minute offers from top travel companies
The Soviet leader who helped end the Cold War
Companies in the news …and how they were assessed
Seven days in the Square Mile
Uniper/Gazprom: the sharp end of economic war
Issue of the week: Truss and the markets • The unleashing of Trussonomics is likely to severely test the nerves of investors
Making money: what the experts think
Put a tiger in your...