Diary: 4-10 July
Monday 04 July 1994
Tuesday 5: 'Graham Sutherland's Sketchbooks' and 'Sculptors' Drawings' displays open, Tate Gallery, London SW1.
Wednesday 6: Henley Festival of Music and the Arts begins, Henley-on- Thames, Oxfordshire. Hampton Court Palace International Flower Show begins, East Molesey, Surrey. Golf, Scottish Open begins, Gleneagles.
Thursday 7: Royal International Horse Show begins, Hickstead, West Sussex.
Friday 8: 'Edwardian Women Photographers: Eveleen Myers, Alice Hughes, Christina Brown and Olive Edis' exhibition opens, National Portrait Gallery, London WC2.
Saturday 9: Blenheim Palace Fireworks Concert (also 10 July), Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Cricket, Benson and Hedges Cup final, Lord's. Horse Racing, Irish Oaks, The Curragh.
Sunday 10: Sixth Sunday after Trinity. American Auto Club Rally, Knebworth Park, Stevenage, Hertfordshire. Soho Festival, London W1. Motor Racing, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, Northamptonshire.
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- 3 Parma, Missouri: 80 per cent of town's police quit after first black mayor is elected
- 5 Google search history can now be downloaded in its entirety, mass embarrassment expected
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The only black face in the Ukip manifesto is on the page about overseas aid
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