11 July

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Eng­land loses 2-1 to Croa­tia in its first World Cup semi-fi­nal since 1990. But man­ager Gareth South­gate is an in­spi­ra­tion to his cap­tain Harry Kane, his squad and in­deed the coun­try, with his calm, in­clu­sive lead­er­ship (and, of course, that waist­coat).

12 July

Pres­i­dent Trump and his wife Me­la­nia are wel­comed to Blenheim Palace by Prime Min­is­ter Theresa May and her hus­band Philip on the first day of their UK visit.

13 July

Don­ald Trump is wel­comed in rather a dif­fer­ent man­ner – by a gi­ant Trump baby bal­loon – on the sec­ond day of his UK visit.

14 July

Ger­many’s An­gelique Ker­ber beats seven-time win­ner Ser­ena Wil­liams to be­come Wim­ble­don cham­pion.

15 July

Pres­i­dent Macron cel­e­brates as France beats Croa­tia 4-2 to win the World Cup for the sec­ond time.

16 July

Pres­i­dents Trump and Putin hold a joint press con­fer­ence af­ter their sum­mit in Helsinki. Trump fails to say whether he be­lieves Rus­sia med­dled in the 2016 US elec­tion.

17 July

Achilles, a Su­ma­tran tiger, takes a drink as he makes his pub­lic de­but at Howletts Wild An­i­mal Park, near Can­ter­bury.

18 July

Sir Cliff Richard wins a pri­vacy case against the BBC over its re­port that he was be­ing in­ves­ti­gated about his­tor­i­cal child sex­ual as­sault claims. He is awarded £210,000 in dam­ages.

19 July

An am­phibi­ous ve­hi­cle sinks on a lake in Mis­souri, killing 17 of the 31 pas­sen­gers, in­clud­ing nine mem­bers of one fam­ily.

20 July

Ta­tiana-mo­sio Bon­gonga walks a tightrope 115ft above Mont­martre, Paris, to­wards Sacré-coeur.

21 July

The Flam­ing Lips and in­flat­able friends take the stage on day one of Blue­dot Fes­ti­val, Cheshire.

22 July

Francesco Moli­nari of Italy wins the Bri­tish Open at Carnoustie to claim his first ma­jor golf ti­tle.

23 July

A fire­fighter tries to ex­tin­guish wild­fire hotspots near Athens. The fires that rav­age Greece are the sec­ond-dead­li­est this cen­tury, killing 99 peo­ple.

24 July

Bri­tain’s Chris Froome is treated for tear gas in­ad­ver­tently sprayed on the pelo­ton by po­lice dis­pers­ing a farmer’s protest dur­ing the 16th stage of the Tour de France.

« Eng­land’s Alex Dan­son in ac­tion against the USA at the FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup at the Queen El­iz­a­beth Olympic Park.

Team Sky has won six of the last seven Tours de France

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