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The road to Brexit: a trip down memory lane

The road to Brexit: a trip down memory lane On 23 June, 2016 the UK voted to leave the European Union by 52% to 48%. With Britain set to trigger Article 50 - the mechanism by which the country formally begins the exit process - on 29 March 2017, the Westminster Hour takes a spin through the archives, from the 1975 referendum to remain in the-then European Economic Community to Theresa May's pronouncement "Brexit means Brexit".

What happens when Article 50 is triggered?

Reality Check reporter Chris Morris has a guide to Article 50

The formal process of Brexit will begin this Wednesday when Theresa May triggers Article 50. Reality Check reporter Chris Morris shares his guide to Brexit negotiations. (Image: EU and Union Jack flags. Credit: Getty Images)

Theresa May tells MPs Parliament has met as normal to show that democracy will prevail.

In a statement to MPs following the attack on Westminster, Theresa May says democracy will prevail.

London attack: Plaid MP warns against 'unworthy responses'

Plaid Cymru warns the response to the London terror attack must not end up promoting extremism.

Was Westminster attacker a 'lone wolf'?

The police in London say it's likely the attack on parliament was Islamist-related.

Three people were killed and 20 injured in an attack outside the British parliament when a man mowed down pedestrians, then stabbed a police officer before being shot dead. The UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, said 'the forces of evil would never be allowed to drive us apart' following the attack near the Houses of Parliament in the heart of London. Security consultant Olivier Guitta was asked if the alleged attacker was a 'lone wolf' - someone acting alone. (Photo: British police officers stand on duty in London in the aftermath of the terror incident near parliament. Credit: AFP)

Theresa May condemns 'depraved' Westminster attack

The prime minister has condemned the terror attack on Westminster as "sick and depraved".

Jeremy Corbyn says Theresa May is pursuing a grammar schools 'vanity project'

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says Theresa May is pursuing a "vanity project" on grammar schools.

New Thames Crossing is `being worked on' says PM

Claire Cottingham

BBC Live reporter

The Prime Minister has told the House of Commons that a decision on the new Thames Crossing is `being worked on'.

The comment in Prime Minister's questions comes after the BBC was told that a decision on its location could be announced later this week. The question was put by Dover MP Charlie Elphicke.