Opinion: For your Diary

11 April: Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign launches UK. The annual campaign established by designer Ralph Lauren in 1994 kicks off today, with profits donated to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

11 April: Prince William and Kate Middleton's first official joint engagement Darwen, Lancashire. Prince William and his fiancee will open the Darwen Aldridge Community Academy in their first official joint engagement.

14 April: RSC 50th anniversary season opens Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon.

The 50th anniversary season of the Royal Shakespeare Company sees two companies of actors playing across both the Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres.

15 April: People Magazine publishes Most Beautiful People list. The US magazine featuring a list of the most beautiful people in 2011 hits the newsstands.

16 April: Amir Khan defends world boxing title MEN, Manchester. WBA light-welterweight champion Khan defends his title against European champion Paul McCloskey.

17 April: London Marathon London. The annual 26-mile run through the streets of London. This year is the 30th anniversary of the event, which is sponsored by Virgin.

18 April: ITEM Club spring economic forecast. The leading independent UK economic forecasting group, sponsored by Ernst & Young, releases its spring forecast.

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