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, men have higher payment than women at popular UK broadcaster, you can peek into Princess Diana's room, famous British author displayed on banknote and the sick baby whose story was known all around the world.
Every year English UK London, one of English UK's regional subgroups, holds a summer garden party. This year, the party included a world record attempt to have the most nationalities in one language lesson.
This week, find out who owns the UK's swans, who won Wimbledon, how a whale beat a dinosaur at a London museum – and why Dr Who is in the news.
Elena Moreno is a 32-year-old teacher from Albacete in Spain. She is studying English at English UK member TEG English - Bristol (formerly known as Bristol Language College).
This week the UK is getting excited about tennis; and inflatables; a beautiful part of Northern England is now a World Heritage Site; and the world's favourite colour is somewhere between blue and green...
Imagine driving down an English country road in the early summer in a classic 1976 Rolls Royce. If that sounds wonderful, the passion for classic cars course being run by English UK member BLS English is probably for you.
This week, 50-year anniversary of the first cash machine is celebrated; Abba exhibition opens in London; everyone is excited about Wimbledon; rules change in the Parliament; and researchers find the sport that makes you the most fit.
English UK London is organising an extraordinary summer garden party on Friday 21 July 2017 – and invites you to help break a world record.