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As it happened: Tuesday, July 10

As it happened: Tuesday, July 10
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These are the key stories from this morning, Tuesday, July 10:

Brexit turmoil: British Prime Minister Theresa May is looking to re-assert her authority after two senior ministers quit over her new Brexit strategy. With further resignations threatened and a possible leadership challenge, May is under pressure to drop the new plans.

Thai cave rescue: A ninth person has been today been rescued from a flooded cave system in Thailand. Eight boys from a youth football team, stranded there since June 23, have been rescued in recent days. An operation to save the remaining four boys and their coach was launched earlier on Tuesday.

Supreme Court: Donald Trump nominates conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh for a lifetime seat on the US Supreme Court, the highest court in the land. If the US Senate confirms the appointment, it would see the make-up of the court shift to the right. Kavanaugh has conservative views on a range of social issues, from abortion to gun rights.

This is how our coverage evolved over the morning: