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All change: welcome to The Week’s new website

As you will no doubt have noticed, TheWeek.co.uk has a new look.

The improvements are far more than skin deep. Pages will load more quickly, the search tool will return more relevant results and the site is optimised for phones and tablets as well as desktop and laptop computers.

But the most obvious change is aesthetic. The new design came about through subtraction as much as addition: we wanted to strip away the clutter that turns some news websites into obstacle courses. 

The result, we hope, is that style now matches substance. Our articles, distilled from a wide range of sources, give contrasting and complementary ideas the space to breath - a rare quality in our increasingly frenetic and polarised media landscape.

More improvements are on the way shortly, including a significant upgrade for The Week’s subscribers. In the meantime, we would love to hear what you think about the new site - and what you think we should do next...

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