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UK Insights

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

Sarah Wait

Director of Forward Planning Services

Preview 31.08.2018 / 10:00

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It's the return of Strictly Come Dancing, plus the Scottish Parliament reconvenes, and the 2019 Guinness World Records are published.

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


Monday 3 September

Jeremy Vine takes over morning current affairs slot on Channel 5

Organ Donation Week begins

Scottish Parliament returns from summer recess


Tuesday 4 September

WPP interim results announced

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend the WellChild Awards at the Royal Lancaster London

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney appears before the Treasury Committee


Wednesday 5 September

First Prime Minister’s Question Time since summer recess

Carbuncle Cup for Britain's ugliest new building announced

GQ Men of the Year Awards at Tate Modern in London


Thursday 6 September

Inaugural UEFA Nations League football tournament begins

'Guinness World Records 2019' published

Dixons Carphone Q1 trading statement released


Friday 7 September

Halifax House Price Index published

England begin final Test against India at The Kia Oval in London

Sir Paul McCartney releases his 17th solo studio album, 'Egypt Station'


Saturday 8 September

Last Night of the Proms

The Great Northern Stop Brexit Conference at The Met Hotel in Leeds

'Strictly Come Dancing: The Launch Show' broadcast on BBC One


Sunday 9 September

Great North Run

TUC's 150th Anniversary Congress opens in Manchester

BBC Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park concert

Source : Kantar Media

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