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December 3rd: What's happening in the UK this week?

Sarah Wait

Director of Forward Planning Services

Preview 03.12.2018 / 06:00

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Christmas lights at Trafalgar Square and Capital's Jingle Bell Ball... it's beginning to feel a lot like...

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

Monday 3 December

U.N. Climate Change Conference opens in Poland

Michelle Obama appears in conversation at the Royal Festival Hall in London

Sony's new PlayStation Classic games console becomes available


Tuesday 4 December

Turner Prize winner announced at Tate Britain

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge host a Christmas party in London

Wales Sport Awards in Newport


Wednesday 5 December

ICAP Charity Day

Jeremy Hunt attends NATO Foreign Affairs Ministers meeting in Brussels

GRAMMY Awards nominations announced


Thursday 6 December

New leader of the Welsh Labour Party announced

Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree lighting

New Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay takes oral questions in the Commons for the first time


Friday 7 December

Winner of the BRITs 2019 Critics' Choice Award announced

Berkeley Group interim results announced

20th anniversary of ITV2


Saturday 8th December

Capital's Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola begins at The O2 in London

Miss World Final 2018 in China

38th annual Great Christmas Pudding Race in aid of Cancer Research UK in Covent Garden


Sunday 9th December

Final of snooker's UK Championship in York

'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!' winner crowned on ITV

Author Joanna Trollope celebrates her 75th birthday

Source : Kantar Media

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