210,000 people have descended on Glastonbury, one of the UK's largest summer festivals to see The Killers, Tame Impala and Miley in sweltering (82.4 F) heat. The festival started in the 1970s with a £1 ticket and free milk and has now swelled to an event which uses the same amount of electricity as a small town.
The Church of England has appointed its first black female bishop. Rev Dr Rose Hudson-Wilkin, who was born in Jamaica, said she aimed to ensure that "hope, love and justice remains at the heart of our changes lives together". Hudson-Wilkin, who is also a chaplain to the Queen, led prayers at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May 2018.