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2018 in England

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Events from 2018 in England

Incumbents

Events

January

  • 1 January –
  • 3 January – the NHS in England cancels all non-urgent treatments from mid-January until the end of the month, as reports emerge of patients facing long waits for treatment and being stuck on trolleys in corridors, and of ambulances left queuing outside A&E.[3]
  • 5 January – Jon Venables, one of the killers of toddler James Bulger in 1993, is charged over indecent images of children.[4]
  • 8 January – Princess Charlotte starts attending Willcocks Nursery School, London.[5]
  • 8 January – Prime Minister Theresa May announces a Cabinet reshuffle.[6]
  • 9 January – The manufacture of cosmetics and personal care products with plastic microbeads is banned in England, with a ban on their sale due to come into force by July 2018.[7]
  • 11 January – Theresa May pledges to eradicate all plastic waste throughout England by 2042.[8]
  • 12 January – Nottingham railway station damaged by fire, which the local authorities treat as arson.[9]
  • 22 January – Buckingham Palace announces that Princess Eugenie of York is to marry her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel, Windsor in the autumn.[10]
  • 25 January –
    • Industry body Water UK announces that all shops, cafes and businesses in England will provide free water refill points in every major city and town by 2021.[11]
    • The number of rough sleepers in England reaches the highest level since records began – an estimated 4,751.[12]
  • 26 January
    • A water main in the London district of Hammersmith bursts, flooding the area's main shopping street, King Street.[13]
    • Three teenage boys on their way to a sixteenth birthday party are killed when a car mounts a pavement in Hayes, West London. Police arrest a 28-year-old man on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.[14] A second, 34-year-old man, who fled the scene, later hands himself in to police.[15]
  • 30 January
  • 31 January
    • Shares in government contractor Capita plunge more than 40% after the company issues a profit warning.[17]
    • Another water main bursts in West London, this time in Shepherd's Bush, flooding Goldhawk Road, one of the main streets in the area.[18]

February

  • 2 February – Finsbury Park Mosque attacker Darren Osborne, who drove a van into a group of Muslims, is jailed for life, with a minimum term of 43 years.[19]
  • 3 February – British Youtuber KSI defeats fellow British Youtuber Joe Weller in 3 rounds in a YouTube Boxing match at the Copper Box Arena. The event is considered the biggest events in YouTube History as 20 million people are believed to have watched the fight on live streams. KSI then called out American Youtuber Logan Paul and his brother named Comedyshrtsgamer fought American Youtuber Jake Paul on 25 August 2018 at the Manchester Arena.
  • 7 February
    • Jon Venables, one of the killers of toddler James Bulger, is jailed for possessing child abuse images for a second time.[20]
    • Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, backs a ruling by the High Court that victims of the serial sex offender John Worboys can challenge in court the parole board's decision to release him from prison.[21]
  • 8 February – NHS hospitals in England record their worst ever A&E performance, with only 77.1% of patients treated within four hours in January, far short of the 95% target.[22]
  • 9 February – Trinity Mirror purchases Northern & Shell, chaired by Richard Desmond, for £126.7 million.[23]
  • 21 February – Jack Whitehall presented the 2018 Brit Awards, which took place in The O2, London, and was broadcast live on ITV.[24]
  • 28 February – An earthquake of magnitude 3.2 and depth of 4 km hits Mosser, Cumbria. It was felt in Grasmere, Kendal, Cockermouth and Keswick and was the second earthquake to hit the United Kingdom within two weeks.[25]

March

  • 1 March – Former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, is suspended from the Labour Party indefinitely, amid claims of anti-semitism.[26]
  • 4 March – Sergei Skripal, a former Russian agent convicted of spying for Britain, is found collapsed on a shopping centre bench in Salisbury, Wiltshire, alongside his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia Skripal. With police suspecting deliberate poisoning, similar to that of Alexander Litvinenko in 2006, a major incident is declared.[27] It is later confirmed by police that a nerve agent was administered in an attempt to murder Skripal.[28]
  • 13 March
    • The government's fiscal statement, which is now called the Spring Statement, is published.[29]
    • Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov is found dead at his London home.[30]
  • 14 March
  • 15 March – Following the events of 4 March, Theresa May visits Salisbury after the nerve agent attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal.[33]
  • 17–19 March – Heavy snow affects much of the UK. It is dubbed the "mini beast from the east"; a sequel to the previous cold wave at the start of the month. On 17 March, amber weather warnings are issued for north-west England, Yorkshire, the Midlands, London and south-east England.[34] On 18 March, they are issued for south-west England, south-east and mid-Wales and the West Midlands.[35] Dozens of vehicles were stuck overnight on the A30 in Devon whilst two weather warnings are still in place for much of the UK after wintry showers disrupted many parts of Britain.[36]
  • 17 March – A 21-year-old man is arrested and charged with attempted murder after driving a Suzuki Vitara into the Blake's nightclub at Gravesend, Kent, injuring thirteen people.[37]
  • 18–19 March – Boris Johnson dismisses claims from Russian EU ambassador, Vladimir Chizhov, who said that Porton Down may have been the source of the nerve agent. It is reported that experts from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons will arrive on 19 March to test samples of the substance.[38]
  • 18 March – TV presenter Ant McPartlin is arrested for drink driving after a car crash in Richmond, West London.[39]
  • 19 March
  • 20 March
    • The board of Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO Alexander Nix with immediate effect, pending a full and independent investigation.[44]
  • 21 March – Following eight years of austerity, a pay rise is agreed for 1.3 million NHS staff, with minimum increases of at least 6.5% over three years and some employees receiving as much as 29%.[45]
  • 23 March
  • 28 March – The UK Government announces that consumers in England will soon pay a deposit when they buy drinks bottles and cans in a bid to boost recycling and cut waste, but consumers will get the money back if they return the container.[48]
  • 31 March

April

May

June

  • 5 June – The UK Government approves a controversial plan for a third runway at Heathrow Airport.[89]
  • 6 June – A major fire damages the five-star Mandarin Oriental hotel in Knightsbridge, a week after "the most extensive restoration in its 115-year history" was completed. Plumes of black smoke are visible across London.[90]
  • 7 June – Department store chain House of Fraser announces the closure of 31 stores affecting 6,000 jobs, which includes its flagship store in Oxford Street, London. It will remain open until early 2019.[91]
  • 8 June
    • Buzzfeed publishes a leaked recording of Boris Johnson at a private dinner of Conservative Party activists, during which he praises U.S. President Donald Trump, warns that Brexit is heading for "meltdown" and says "I don’t want anybody to panic during the meltdown. No panic. Pro bono publico, no bloody panic. It’s going to be all right in the end."[92]
  • 9 June
  • 14 June
  • 19 June
    • It becomes illegal in England and Scotland to sell rinse-off cosmetics and personal care products that contain microbeads.[96]
    • The government announces a review into the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes.[97]
  • 23 June – Around 100,000 anti-Brexit campaigners march through central London demanding a final vote on any UK exit deal. The organisers, People's Vote, say that Brexit is "not a done deal" and people must "make their voices heard", whilst James McGrory from pressure group Open Britain says there should be "a choice between leaving with the deal that the government negotiates, or staying in the European Union".[98]
  • 24 June
  • 25 June – The UK experiences the hottest weather of the year so far, with temperatures reaching up to 29.4 °C (84.9 °F) in London. The highest temperature is recorded in St James's Park. The same location had experienced the year's previous record temperature of 29.1 °C (84.3 °F) in April.[101]
  • 27 June – More than 50 homes are evacuated in Carrbrook and 150 are affected as the Saddleworth Moor fire spreads in Greater Manchester. It is declared a major incident.[102]
  • 29 JuneProfessor Philip Alston, a special rapporteur on human rights and extreme poverty, says the UN will investigate the impacts of Tory austerity in Britain, the organisation's first such probe into an advanced European country since 2011.[103]
  • 30 June
    • Four young men aged between 18 and 21 are killed when their car collides with a taxi on the A6120 outer ring road, Leeds. Two girls aged 16 and 17, also in the car, are injured, along with the driver of the taxi, a 42-year-old man from Bradford.[104]
    • Thousands of people march through London to mark the 70th anniversary of the NHS and to protest against government cuts to the health service.[105]

July

August

  • 25 August – British Youtuber KSI will face American Youtuber Logan Paul at the Manchester Arena. The fight is expected to be the biggest Event in YouTube History.

September

October

November

December

Births

Publications

Deaths

January

February

March

April

May

June

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