Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
This week, Prince Harry says he doesn't want to be king, schoolboys wear skirts, universities get new awards and Glastonbury escapes mud. Also, we look back on 20 years of Harry Potter.
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As details of Brexit and immigration legislation are published during the coming days, English UK will be working with the wider international education sector to campaign for the industry.
This week, the UK is hotter than Istanbul, Los Angeles and Thailand. Also, find out why the UK welcomed a record number of visitors this spring, where you can see Monty Python's jokes being written, and how brave firefighters rescued people from a burning apartment block.
This week, find out how our General Election surprised everybody, and how one of our cities wants to honour singer Ariana Grande. Also, Top Gear presenter survives a bad car crash and Charlie and Lola writer speaks for children.
"As soon as we are contacted by a new school I would first of all check with the English UK accreditation scheme if the school is listed. We all want to feel safe and protected and this helps every one: students first of all, us as sellers and schools as providers."
Prospects for a softer Brexit and a more welcoming attitude to international students may have improved by the lack of an overall majority for any party in the general election.
This week – did you watch Ariana Grande's One Love concert? Also: find out what people eat in UK pubs; why it's good to count on your fingers - and meet the first cancer patient to get to the summit of Mount Everest.
Police have been praised for their very quick response to the attack at London Bridge on Saturday night.
"The academy is very good because the teachers are very friendly and I can improve my English. When I arrived to London I didn't speak English and now I can do it. You can learn so much in a few weeks. I am very happy."
Eight English UK members have made it to the finals of the British Council's prestigious ELTons awards.
The ELTons take place on Wednesday 14 June and Sarah Cooper will be presenting an award during the night. Best of luck to all our nominated members!