Our response to Covid-19
At The Week, we are dedicated to providing you, our readers, with the best possible service. Our editors are set up to work remotely and will continue to produce the magazine every week.
Our priority is to keep you informed about what’s happening in the world and offer a place for calm reflection in this difficult time.
Be safe in the knowledge that our subscriptions team are closely monitoring any changes to our print and delivery process. If for any reason we are unable to deliver your magazine, we will let you know by email and provide you with access to our digital edition. Please visit managemymags.co.uk to add an email address to your subscriber account.
Subscribers with a digital package will continue to have instant access to the latest published editions.
We understand that Coronavirus will have already affected delivery of the magazine for some of our overseas subscribers. If you are one of those who have been affected, we are sorry for the inconvenience caused. Even with our best endeavours, this is unfortunately out of our control.
Stay up to date
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During this time we are expecting calls, Live Chat conversations and email volumes to increase, so please bear with us at this challenging time and we'll endeavour to respond as quickly as possible.
A little something extra
If you would like to get more from The Week, remember that you also have access to:
The Week Unwrapped: a refuge from coronavirus, our podcast delves into the under-reported stories that don’t make the headlines.
TheWeek.co.uk: a daily digest of the latest news, plus articles on everything from technology to literature.
The WeekDay newsletter: our daily email bringing you analysis of news as it happens.
Protecting our staff
This is not an easy time for anyone. As the situation continues to evolve we have already taken steps to protect our staff and their families by closing our London offices on 16 March.
All our teams are now successfully working remotely. As a company, we adopted a flexible working approach a few years ago and are used to this way of working. We have the technology needed and are confident we can continue to deliver you a high-quality product and service.
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