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February 4th: What's happening in the UK this week?

Sarah Wait

Director of Forward Planning Services

Preview 01.02.2019 / 08:00

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This is a week of awards, as the BAFTAs and GRAMMYs are handed out.

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

Monday 4th February

Children's Mental Health Week begins

Deloitte publishes its latest CFO Survey

Ryanair Q3 results announced

 

Tuesday 5th February

U.S. President Donald Trump delivers 2019 State of the Union address

Kantar Worldpanel publishes its latest grocery market share figures

30th anniversary of Sky Television launching

 

Wednesday 6th February

Emily Thornberry gives a speech on Labour foreign policy in London

Leicester Comedy Festival begins

'Tracey Emin: A Fortnight of Tears' exhibition opens at the White Cube in London

 

Thursday 7th February

Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee announces its latest interest rate decision

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan attend the Endeavour Fund Awards in London

Harry Potter Book Night

 

Friday 8th February

SSE plc Q3 trading statement released

UK's Eurovision entry decided live on BBC Two

KPMG and REC UK Report on Jobs published

 

Saturday 9th January

Fed Cup World Group round one tennis matches begin

Performances begin for 'Only Fools and Horses: The Musical' stage adaptation in London

Black Sabbath bench unveiled by Jasper Carrott in Birmingham

 

Sunday 10th January

EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) at the Royal Albert Hall in London

GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles

African Union Heads of State and Government Summit opens in Ethiopia

 

Source : Kantar Media

Editor's Notes

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