I’m Georgia Chambers, i’s Newsletter Editor, and I’m delighted to tell you about i‘s subscriber-only newsletters.
From housing to science, our new selection of newsletters are authored by some of the most authoritative voices on these topics – who also happen to be regular i columnists.
Interested? Subscribe to sign up to our new subscriber newsletters here.
From our award-winning Special Correspondent Patrick Cockburn, Dispatches with Patrick Cockburn offers early access to his must-read weekly column, which holds a magnifying glass to urgent geopolitical and domestic issues.
Launching in February, Home Front with Vicky Spratt is the essential weekly briefing on one of the most pressing issues of our time – the UK’s housing crisis. Expect exclusive news and analysis in your inbox every week.
Meanwhile, fans of i columnist Ian Dunt are sure to enjoy Ian Dunt’s Week, an irreverent take on the week’s biggest topics, from agenda-setting views on politics in sport, culture and world affairs to his must-read analysis of Westminster intrigue.
Or do some number crunching with our economics columnist Hamish McRae by signing up to Armchair Economics, featuring insightful commentary on what the latest stories in the world of economics mean for our wallets, and an early look at his regular column.
You can also get Geek Week, from our Science Writer, Tom Chivers tries to understand (and explain) science, technology and the world.
We’ve also launched our Big Reads newsletter, a round-up of the most interesting long reads published on i that week, curated by our Deputy Features Editor.
Also, new to our growing newsletter base is Culture Fix, which will give you everything you need to know about what to read, watch and listen to for the week ahead, curated by i‘s Culture Editor.
Many of you may have already signed up to our other newsletters on offer: The Essential daily briefing, Politics with Paul Waugh, Opinion, TV, Education, Money, Environment, Fantasy Football and Cricket. If you haven’t signed up yet but would like to, you can do so here.
These newsletters are sent to your inbox by our journalists, daily or weekly, and are completely free to sign up to.
Our subscriber-only newsletters will offer something a little extra – from exclusive recommendations on what to read and watch to sharpen your mind and shift your perspective to expert commentary and personal insights you won’t find anywhere else. The hard work put into producing these newsletters is a testament to the quality of our journalism and the professionalism of our reporters, which we hope is something our readers will invest in.
i has an exclusive online puzzle section for those who sign up to a new digital subscription. The section, curated daily by our expert puzzles team, offers seven brain-teasing conundrums to keep you busy before breakfast, on your lunch break or your commute home. Our package for digital subscribers provides access to all seven of those daily puzzles, which can be accessed on phone, desktop or tablet. You can subscribe here, and come back every single day to take more.
All our journalism – from our famously balanced news reporting and sharp analysis to our sports, features, arts and opinion writing – is now available on one convenient, easy-to-use app, updated continually throughout the day, so you can always be sure that you’re always up to date with the latest news. You can find it here for iPhones and here for Android.