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1 June

Rac­ing fans at the Oaks Stakes on Ep­som Downs.

2 June

Guards di­vi­sions on the Mall, part of the Colonel’s Re­view, the dress re­hearsal for Troop­ing the Colour on 9 June.

3 June

A man re­cov­ers a stove and gas cylin­der from his home, as he flees fol­low­ing the erup­tion of the Vol­cán de Fuego in San Miguel Los Lotes, Guatemala.

4 June

Thou­sands of North­ern gan­nets pre­pare for the breed­ing sea­son on Bass Rock, in the Firth of Forth.

5 June

The US fash­ion de­signer Kate Spade, who founded a £1.9 bil­lion cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories em­pire, is found dead in her Man­hat­tan home of a sus­pected sui­cide.

6 June

Grayson Perry at­tends the party for the Royal Academy of Arts Sum­mer Ex­hi­bi­tion, which he cu­rated, with his wife Philippa and daugh­ter Florence (sec­ond left).

7 June

Es­cuintla, Guatemala suf­fers a vol­canic erup­tion.

8 June

Chef An­thony Bour­dain, 61, is found dead at Le Cham­bard ho­tel in the Al­sace re­gion of France, af­ter tak­ing his own life.

9 June

G7 lead­ers round on Don­ald Trump as he re­fuses to sign a group com­mu­niqué fol­low­ing a dis­agree­ment on trade tar­iffs at a sum­mit in Québec.

10 June

Robert De Niro de­clares ‘F— Trump’ while in­tro­duc­ing Bruce Spring­steen at the 72nd Tony Awards. The ac­tor is given a stand­ing ova­tion.

11 June

Ro­hingya refugees flee­ing per­se­cu­tion in Myan­mar crew a fish­ing boat in the Bay of Ben­gal.

12 June

Don­ald Trump and Kim Jong-un shake hands at a sum­mit in Sin­ga­pore.

13 June

The im­ple­men­ta­tion of a ‘zero-tol­er­ance’ ap­proach against il­le­gal en­try into the United States leads to the highly con­tro­ver­sial fam­ily sepa­ra­tion pol­icy. The world re­acts in hor­ror.

14 June

A na­tional 72-sec­ond si­lence is ob­served to re­mem­ber the 72 vic­tims of the Gren­fell Tower fire, one year af­ter the blaze.

15 June

The Princess Royal at the un­veil­ing of con­tem­po­rary artist Ka­t­rina Palmer’s

The Cof­fin Jump at York­shire Sculp­ture Park, which cel­e­brates the role of women in the First World War.

16 June

Model Bella Ha­did on the Ver­sace cat­walk at Mi­lan Men’s Fash­ion Week.

17 June

A huge fire causes ex­ten­sive dam­age at Glas­gow School of Art’s famed Mack­in­tosh Build­ing, ru­in­ing restora­tion work fol­low­ing a blaze in 2014.

18 June

A study, funded by Nasa and the Euro­pean Space Agency, re­veals the ex­tent of Antarc­tica’s ice sheet melt.

19 June

The Duchess of Sus­sex makes her first ap­pear­ance at Royal As­cot.

20 June

Jockey Frankie Det­tori rides Cracks­man in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes dur­ing the sec­ond day of Royal As­cot. In a shock re­sult, he is beaten by Poet’s Word.

21 June

Me­la­nia Trump sparks up­roar by wear­ing this Zara coat on a visit to a child mi­grant de­ten­tion cen­tre in Texas. It says, ‘I Re­ally Don’t Care, Do U?’

22 June

Fire­works soar above the River Tyne in New­cas­tle at the launch of the Great Ex­hi­bi­tion of the North.

23 June

Zsa Zsa, a nine-year-old English bull­dog, wins the world’s ugli­est ca­nine award in Pe­taluma, Cal­i­for­nia.

24 June

Zuhoor As­siri at the wheel in Dhahran, Saudi Ara­bia, af­ter the coun­try lifts its ban on women driv­ing.

25 June

Sup­port­ers of the pro-kur­dish Peo­ples’ Demo­cratic Party cel­e­brate gain­ing 10 per cent of the vote in the Turk­ish elec­tions. Pres­i­dent Er­do­gan is de­clared win­ner.

26 June

An en­ter­pris­ing Moss­ley res­i­dent wears a gas mask on her way back from the shops, as smoke from fires on Sad­dle­worth Moor af­fects Greater Manch­ester.

27 June

Foot­ball sup­port­ers in Ber­lin watch in de­spair as Ger­many crashes out of the World Cup in Rus­sia, beaten 2-0 by South Ko­rea.

28 June

The Cap­i­tal Gazette’s front page de­scribes the at­tack on its own of­fices in Annapolis, Mary­land, when a gun­man with a grudge against the news­pa­per killed five staff mem­bers.

29 June

A Spacex Fal­con 9 rocket ex­its the at­mos­phere fol­low­ing a cargo re­sup­ply mis­sion to the In­ter­na­tional Space Sta­tion, over Cape Canaveral in Florida.

30 June

Po­lice visit the home of Char­lie Row­ley in Ames­bury, Wilt­shire, who – along with his part­ner Dawn Sturgess – had been ex­posed to Novi­chok.

TROOP­ING THE COLOUR 200 horses, 400 mu­si­cians, 1,400 sol­diers (… 1 col­lapse)

Me­la­nia’s coat re­tailed at £30, but sub­se­quently sold for 20 times that on ebay

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