LAST WEEK/THIS WEEK
Monday 07 February 2005
`Telegraph' cutbacks: About 90 jobs are to go at The Telegraph. The redundancies will reduce the editorial staff by more than one sixth.
Clifford settles: Max Clifford agreed to an out-of-court settlement with Neil and Christine Hamilton following false allegations of sexual assault made about the couple in 2001.
Labour in trouble: Labour has been forced to curtail a pre-election poster campaign amid claims of anti-Semitism.
Today: Anatole Kaletsky, economics commentator and associate editor of The Times, addresses the Oxford Union, Oxford, 8.30pm.
Tomorrow: Channel 4 Political Awards. Channel 4 Restaurant, 124 Horseferry Road, London, SW1.
Wednesday: Polly Toynbee gives the Social Market Foundation lecture on politics and the media at 11 Tufton Street, London, SW1, 12.30pm to 2pm.
Wednesday: BCSC Purple Apple Marketing Awards, to recognise marketing in the shopping industry. Marriott Hotel, London, W1.
Wednesday: Chris Evans hosts the 25th Brit Awards. Earls Court 2, London, SW5.
Wednesday: Daily Mail and General Trust AGM. The Roof Gardens, 99 Kensington High Street, London, W8.
Friday: ABC national newspaper circulation figures for January.
Friday: Artists Independent Network's Pre-Bafta Party. Annabel's, 44 Hays Mews, Berkeley Square, London, W1, 8.30pm.
Friday: Voice of the Listener & Viewer's 10th International Conference. The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1.
Friday: World Press Photo Awards. City Hall, Amstel 1, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Life & Style blogs
Charlie Charlie Challenge: everyone on the internet thinks it’s a marketing stunt, but it probably isn’t
Not brushing your teeth can lead to dementia and heart disease
Yves Saint Laurent ad banned for featuring 'unhealthily underweight' model
Insomnia could be cured with one simple therapy session, new study claims
What do the emojis on Snapchat mean?
Thousands of teenage girls enduring debilitating illnesses after routine school cancer vaccination
Migrants in Kos: Photos show real tragedy after Brits abroad complain of 'awkward' holidays
British tourists complain that impoverished boat migrants are making holidays 'awkward' in Kos
Michael Gove determined to scrap the Human Rights Act – even if Scotland retains it
Threat to scrap Human Rights Act could see UK follow Nazi example, warns UN official
Church of England 'one generation away from extinction' after dramatic loss of followers
- 1 California man brutally beat 82-year-old Sikh grandfather he mistook for 'one of those people'
- 2 Charles Kennedy 'had better judgement drunk than many sober politicians' says Ian Hislop
- 5 We have six months to save the world, says leading economist
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