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UK Insights

December 10th: What's happening in the UK this week?

Sarah Wait

Director of Forward Planning Services

Preview 07.12.2018 / 10:00

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It's a week of winners, as we crown the Strictly and Apprentice champs, TIME person of the year, and BBC Sports Personality of the Year.

Read the business, entertainment, news and sporting highlights for the week ahead, thanks to our global forward planning service from Kantar Media.


Monday 10th December

Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo

250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts

Monthly GDP estimates announced

 

Tuesday 11th December

MPs vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal

UK monthly unemployment figures released

TIME Person of the Year announced

 

Wednesday 12th December

European premiere of 'Mary Poppins Returns' at the Royal Albert Hall

Budget day in the Scottish Parliament

FIFA Club World Cup 2018 begins in UAE

 

Thursday 13th December

David Dimbleby presents 'Question Time' on BBC One for final time

Sports Direct interim results announced 

PDC World Darts Championship begins at Alexandra Palace

 

Friday 14th December

Sculpture of Emmeline Pankhurst unveiled in Manchester City Centre

Panto Day 2018

Reach plc full year pre-close statement released

 

Saturday 15th December

'Strictly Come Dancing' final on BBC One

European Film Awards in Seville

FIA Formula E Championship begins

 

Sunday 16th December

BBC Sports Personality of the Year at the Genting Arena in Birmingham

70th anniversary of Scrabble

'The Apprentice' winner announced on BBC One

 

 

Source : Kantar Media

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