Cambridge Boat Club
Cambridge Boat Club defeats Oxford Boat Club to win the 156th University Boat Race in London, England.
After a year's delay, the Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup begins in England, with Ireland beating Spain 32–55 in the opening game at the Copper Box Arena in London.
England announces that the Ministry of Housing will manage Grenfell Tower in London once the investigation into the fire that gutted the building and killed 72 people is complete.
Thousands, including some from Australia, protest in London, England, against the renewal of the United Kingdom's Trident nuclear deterrent system, the largest anti-nuclear rally since 1983. Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn, Scottish National Party leader and First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, the Welsh Plaid Cymru Party, and the Green Party participated in the march. A parliamentary vote on renewing Trident is expected this year.
Australian entertainer Rolf Harris is convicted in London, England, of 12 counts of indecent assault against young girls between 1968 and 1986. The 84-year-old is to be sentenced on Friday 4 July.
Rioting hits other English cities including Manchester, Salford, Liverpool, Nottingham and Birmingham, though London is largely quiet.
An international conference takes place in London, England, to discuss the military action and future of Libya.
Hundreds of thousands of people march in London, England against government budget cuts with the protests later turning violent.
The Metropolitan Police in London, England launch an investigation into the death of reggae musician Smiley Culture in a police raid in Surrey.
Pablo Picasso's "Nude, Green Leaves and Bust", the most expensive painting ever sold at auction, goes on public exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London, England.
Dr Imran Farooq, an exiled leader of Pakistan's Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is murdered in the North London suburb of Edgware, England leading to schools and shops being closed in Farooq's home city of Karachi.