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The Week magazine takes the best of international and British news and expertly edits them together into one bitesize magazine, giving you the ability to read less but know more.   


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The Week  |  23rd July 2016  


MAY'S CLEAN SWEEP: THE END OF THE CAMEROONS
Theresa May sat down to work in No. 10 Downing Street for the first time at 6.08pm last Wednesday. “Barely half an hour later”, it was all over for George Osborne, said Tim Ross in The Sunday Telegraph. He’d been waiting next door in No. 11. “The pair held the briefest of meetings where she told him plainly she did not want him in her Cabinet.” Sources said the meeting was “cordial”, but “very definitely a sacking”. The next morning, Michael Gove got his marching orders: he was advised to demonstrate his loyalty “from the backbenches”. Before lunch on what was described as the “Day of the Long Knives”, the new PM “had dispatched John Whittingdale, the Culture Secretary, Oliver Letwin, the Cabinet Office minister, and Nicky Morgan, the Education Secretary”. May was not just shuffling personnel. She was inaugurating a new era: making “a decisive break with David Cameron’s decade leading the party”.

Founded in 1995, for over 20 years, The Week has become the fastest growing magazine across the globe. The weekly British news magazine aims to provide clarity and context on complicated issues around the world - giving you everything that you need to know in a bitesize format.  


As well as being published in the UK, there is also a US edition which has been published since 2001 and a UK children’s edition - The Week Junior which has been published since 2015.


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The Week   |   23rd July 2016   


MAY'S CLEAN SWEEP: THE END OF THE CAMEROONS
Theresa May sat down to work in No. 10 Downing Street for the first time at 6.08pm last Wednesday. “Barely half an hour later”, it was all over for George Osborne, said Tim Ross in The Sunday Telegraph. He’d been waiting next door in No. 11. “The pair held the briefest of meetings where she told him plainly she did not want him in her Cabinet.” Sources said the meeting was “cordial”, but “very definitely a sacking”. The next morning, Michael Gove got his marching orders: he was advised to demonstrate his loyalty “from the backbenches”. Before lunch on what was described as the “Day of the Long Knives”, the new PM “had dispatched John Whittingdale, the Culture Secretary, Oliver Letwin, the Cabinet Office minister, and Nicky Morgan, the Education Secretary”. May was not just shuffling personnel. She was inaugurating a new era: making “a decisive break with David Cameron’s decade leading the party”.
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