The bodies of two disabled people are found in Roadford Lake, near Okehampton, Devon, England, a day after their boat capsized on the lake. Four others are in hospital, with one in critical condition.
Archeologists at Stonehenge pinpoint the origin of the structure's large Sarsen stones to a site 25 km north near Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.
Global warming protesters glue themselves to a road near the Port of Dover in England, blocking it. Police arrest ten people, believed to be members of Extinction Rebellion. Further scheduled protests take place in a dedicated area set up by police.
The owner of "Cheeki Rafiki", a yacht that capsized in the Atlantic in 2014 with the loss of four lives, is given a suspended sentence in England for the accident. He was earlier convicted of operating the vessel unsafely but acquitted of manslaughter.
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.
Delegates, among them billionaire businessmen, royalty and elected politicians, arrive in England for the 61st summit of the annual Bilderberg Group at The Grove, Watford.
Voters in England and the Isle of Anglesey in Wales go to the polls for local elections.
Britain's top GCHQ code-breakers say they are stumped by a secret code found on the leg of a dead pigeon that was found in a chimney in Surrey, England, with a message from World War II attached.
Five people are arrested near the Sellafield nuclear power plant in Cumbria, England, under the Terrorism Act.
12 people are wounded in a seven-vehicle pile-up on the M6 motorway near Rugby in Warwickshire, England.