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1 July

Sun-wor­ship­pers flock to Brighton beach in 31C sun­shine. Dur­ing the heat­wave tem­per­a­tures soar to lev­els not reached since the sum­mer of 1976, hit­ting 35C at its peak.

2 July

Bri­tish divers dis­cover 12 Thai boys and their foot­ball coach, miss­ing for nine days af­ter be­com­ing trapped by ris­ing flood­wa­ter in the Tham Luang cave sys­tem.

3 July

Eng­land wins a World Cup penalty shoot-out for the first time in his­tory, beat­ing Colom­bia 4-3 to reach the quar­ter-fi­nals.

4 July

New York­ers cel­e­brate In­de­pen­dence Day with their cus­tom­ary ex­u­ber­ance.

5 July

As the Na­tional Health Ser­vice turns 70, a huge demon­stra­tion calls for ad­di­tional fund­ing.

6 July

The Cabi­net meets at Che­quers in Buck­ing­hamshire to reach a ‘col­lec­tive’ agree­ment about the UK’S fu­ture re­la­tion­ship with the EU post-brexit.

7 July

Eng­land man­ager Gareth South­gate roars his de­light af­ter Eng­land beats Swe­den 2-0 in the quar­ter-fi­nals of the World Cup.

8 July

Dawn Sturgess, 44, dies in Sal­is­bury af­ter be­ing ex­posed to Novi­chok – she dabbed it on her wrists be­liev­ing it to be per­fume.

9 July

David Davis re­signs as Brexit Sec­re­tary fol­low­ing the Che­quers meet­ing, forc­ing Theresa May to reshuf­fle her Cabi­net.

10 July

The RAF cen­te­nary is marked by a ser­vice in West­min­ster Abbey, fol­lowed by a fly­past over Buck­ing­ham Palace.

23.6 mil­lion tuned in to watch the game on ITV

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