Seventy-one people were killed after the fire tore through the housing block in Kensington Bishop of Southwark Christopher Chessun and members of the public attend a commemoration service on the first anniversary of the London Bridge terror attack.
Britain held a national minute of silence on June 3, one year on from the London Bridge terror attack that killed eight people and injured dozens more Traffic passes anti-Brexit signs on the County Derry/Londonderry Northern Ireland and County Donegal in the Irish Republic.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries, set more than 16 meters, (52 feet) above the Abbey floor in the medieval Triforium, will open to the public for the first time on June 11, displaying over 300 treasures from the Abbey's collection which will tell the rich thousand-year history of the institution at Westminster Abbey Britain's new Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Dominic Raab leaves 10 Downing Street after it was announced he was appointed to the job.
Firefighters fought the blaze throughout the night and into the 27Prince William pays his respects during a ceremony commemorating the six million Jews killed by the Nazis in the Holocaust, in the Hall of Remembrance at Yad Vashem World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem Andria Marsh, 63, holds up photographs of her parents and her original British passport, following a Windrush service at Westminster Abbey in London.The festival, which dates back thousands of years, celebrates the longest day of the year when the sun is at its maximum elevation.Modern druids and people gather at the landmark Stonehenge every year to see the sun rise on the first morning of summer Family members of those who died in Gosport War Memorial Hospital gather today after a public inquiry found that up to 650 patients died between 19 from lethal doses of opiate medication that was delivered “without medical justification”Fire fighters attend the scene of a second fire at Glasgow's School of Art four years after part of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed building was destroyed by fire.Police are investigating the scene after a man and woman were exposed to nerve agent novichok and are in critical condition British police officers stand facing a residential property in Amesbury.British police have declared a "major incident" after two people were exposed to an unknown substance in the town, and are cordoning off places the people are known to have visited before falling ill Prime Minister Theresa May holds up a Belgium football shirt given to her by Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, center left, during a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels.The number of men in Britain interested in sexually abusing children could be in the tens of thousands, a police chief has warned.Simon Bailey, National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) lead for child protection said that 4,000 men in the UK were found to be using a single online chat room by investigators monitoring a site this year. Mr Bailey also warned that a lack of resources meant police could not tackle all offenders, and officers had to prioritise the most serious threats posed by perpetrators.For accommodation, I am considering Pollock Halls (due to it being catered and having lots of students) and Kitchener House (due to it being much closer to the campus compared to Pollock Halls, and soooo much cheaper, but maybe a bit too small). However, I have heard both positive and negative opinions about Kitchener House, and my mom prefers that I go to catered halls. But he said that “thousands and thousands” of officers “still would not be enough” to deal with all child abuse offenders, adding: “This is one of those wicked problems we simply cannot arrest our way out of.” Britain's new Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Dominic Raab leaves 10 Downing Street after it was announced he was appointed to the job.The former Housing Minister is to take up the post, after UK Brexit Secretary David Davis resigned from the Cabinet and said Monday that he won't seek to challenge Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership Forensic investigators wearing protective suits enter the rear of John Baker House, a supported housing scheme for the homeless in Salisbury after it was evacuated the previous day.