Map. History of UK conflict

22 March 2019
A 12-year-old boy who was seriously injured in a collision in Chippenham on Tuesday has sadly died in hospital.
Source says the original May 22nd extension date in the draft conclusions has been changed as discussions continue. There is discussion around April 11th.
11 hour ago
Sky News can reveal the armed forces have activated a team in a nuclear bunker beneath the Ministry of Defence to step up preparations for a 'no-deal' Brexit
EUCO draft conclusions on Brexit distributed by @eucopresident Tusk set May 22 as new deadline for UK's departure; and say no further extension is possible unless Britain participates in European Parliament election. Extension contingent on Commons ratifying Withdrawal Treaty.
UK PM May presented her views to EU27 leaders at EUCO. I am told she was "evasive" and "tightlipped". The prime minister was repeatedly asked by several leaders what she would do if MPs vote the deal down. May didn't answer the question.
Tusk: With PM @theresa_may. #EUCO
Juncker says if May's deal gets voted down (again) in Commons there would need to be a summit next week.
Macron says it's no-deal Brexit if British MPs reject accord again
16 hour ago
Theresa May in Brussels: 'I sincerely hope that will be with a negotiated deal'. She refuses to rule out No Deal Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May has arrived in Brussels where her spokeswoman says she will meet French president Emmanuel Macron and European Council president Donald Tusk ahead of today's summit of EU leaders
Irish PM @campaignforleo says Ireland might need to hold a referendum in order to decide whether the UK is obliged to hold EP parliament elections after June. Because it requires treaty change
16 hour ago
Labour MP @paulasherriff says she received a message last week that "my head should be chopped off". She cornered the PM yesterday and begged her to "dial down the rhetoric" because it is endangering MPs.
17 hour ago
Three sailors have been found off Flat Holm Island after an extensive search this morning (Thursday 21 March) involving five RNLI lifeboats and HM Coastguard 187 helicopter.
British anti-terrorism police investigate five attacks on mosques in Birmingham
Search for 3 missing Russia sailors currently focused on Flat Holm island in the Bristol Channel19 hour ago
Search for 3 missing Russia sailors currently focused on Flat Holm island in the Bristol Channel
Multiple lifeboats in the Bristol Channel searching for 3 missing Russian sailors19 hour ago
Multiple lifeboats in the Bristol Channel searching for 3 missing Russian sailors
20 hour ago
Coastguard helicopter, coastguard rescue teams and RNLI Lifeboats searching for 3 Russian crew, missing from vessel anchored in Bristol Channel. The 3 crew had come ashore to Barry in a rhib and left Barry in the early hours to head back to the ship.
Reports of at least five mosques vandalized over night in Birmingham. This one is on Witton road - had windows smashed.
Standing NATO Maritime Group One (SNMG1) and Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group One (SNMCMG1) sailed together off the coast of the United Kingdom yesterday with a total of 8 ships from 6 Allies.21 hour ago
Standing NATO Maritime Group One (SNMG1) and Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group One (SNMCMG1) sailed together off the coast of the United Kingdom yesterday with a total of 8 ships from 6 Allies.
Metropolitan Police says 32-year-old Estonian national Kirill Belorusov has been charged with the murder of French film-maker Laureline Garcia-Bertaux who was found buried in her garden in west London
UK Prime Minister says Britain will not leave EU on March 29, says not prepared to delay Brexit any further than June 30
Joint statement from SNP, Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party ahead of meeting with PM (happening now)
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announces that Prime Minister Theresa May will address the British public tonight.
1 day ago
French Foreign Minister: The European Union will reject the request to postpone the Brexit unless London provides adequate guarantees
Tusk @eucopresident will make a statement on Brexit at 17h today in the Europa Building Press Room.
Downing Street denying reports Theresa May might be planning a statement outside Number 10 tonight.
Labour's Keir Starmer on feet in Commons applying for emergency debate on Brexit extension.
Cabinet minister tells Cabinet was NOT told in advance of the request for a three month delay to Brexit
Prime Minister Theresa May says in a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk she intends to bring forward further domestic proposals on the Irish backstop to protect the UK internal market
Prime Minister Theresa May says she has requested an extension of Article 50 until 30 June which would delay Brexit and says it would not be in "anyone's interests" for the UK to take part in European Parliament elections
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