Agenda: Diary dates

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Today: Funny Money, a comedy fundraiser for tsunami victims held at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London. Italy play Ireland in Six Nations rugby.

Tomorrow: Boxer Amir Khan competes in his first senior championships. Works by Dali, Miro and Magritte go under the hammer at Christie's. Start of International Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Pub landlords can begin applying for 24-hour licences. Steve Fossett embarks on a solo, non-stop flight around the world.

Tuesday: Cherie Blair begins a speaking tour of Australia in Perth. The Queen opens the new British Red Cross headquarters.

Wednesday: BBC unveils sculpture in memory of Winston Churchill in Westminster Hall. Chris Evans hosts the 25th Brit Awards at Earls Court. Chinese New Year celebrations begin. England play Holland in an international friendly at Villa Park.

Thursday: Treasury Committee to discuss cash machine charges. House of Commons spring recess begins. Turner Whistler Monet exhibition at Tate Britain.

Friday: European Space Agency launches an upgraded version of the Ariane rocket in French Guiana. Ten-day Dublin International Film Festival begins. Labour Party spring conference starts in Gateshead. The Magic Roundabout opens at cinemas nationwide. NHS releases waiting list figures for December.

Saturday: The Orange British Academy Film Awards held in Leicester Square. Stop the War Coalition annual conference takes place in London. Italy vs Wales and Scotland vs Ireland in the Six Nations.

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