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The news about Queen Elizabeth II's deteriorating health

Elizabeth II (English: Elizabeth II), full name Elizabeth Alexandra Mary (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) is a queen and instantly went around the world media and social networks.

Operation London Bridge is the UK's secret plan for what happens after the Queen's death.

Politico has official documents from the plan.

Preparations for the death and funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

Elizabeth II (English: Elizabeth II), full name Elizabeth Alexandra Mary (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) is queen and was carried out as early as the 1960s, with the plan undergoing numerous changes in the decades since.

The plan is updated three times a year through a meeting involving government department officials, the police and broadcasters, the publication wrote in a detailed material on the subject.

The plans for Charles's accession to the throne were code-named "Operation Spring Tide".

The day the Queen died

In the hours following the Queen's death, calls will be made to inform the Prime Minister, the Cabinet Secretary and a number of senior ministers and officials.

The Prime Minister will be briefed by the Queen's Secretary.

If he had to be woken, he would hear "London Bridge has fallen" on the phone.

The Royal Household will issue an official notification to bring the news to the public.

Elizabeth II is under medical supervision, doctors are concerned

Ministers and civil servants will receive an email, and once the email is received, the flag in Whitehall will be flown at half-mast, ideally within ten minutes.

The British Parliament will adjourn.

The royal family's website will change to a black page with a statement confirming the news of the Queen's death, and the UK government's website will display a black bar at the top.

All government social media pages will change their profile pictures and also have black bars.

Only essential content will be published and retweets will need to be cleared by the Government Communications Officer.

The Royal Family will announce the time of the funeral, which will be ten days later, and the Prime Minister will make a statement.

All other government officials will not be allowed to make statements until the Prime Minister does.

There will be a cannon fire from all the guns provided for it as the Prime Minister and Prince Charles give an audience, and at 6pm Charles will deliver an address to the nation.

Day 1 after the Queen's death

At 10am the Council of Accession will meet at St James's Palace to declare Charles the new king.

Parliament will issue a message of condolence, with all other parliamentary business suspended until the funeral and MPs will pay their respects in the House of Commons.

At 15:30 the Prime Minister, the Cabinet and Charles will meet.

Key dates in the life of the British Queen Elizabeth II

Day 2 after the Queen's death

In the event that the Queen does not die at Buckingham Palace, the coffin will be returned there.

If she dies at Sandringham in Norfolk, her body will be taken by royal train to St Pancras station in London and will be met by the prime minister and cabinet minister.

If she dies at Balmoral in Scotland, there are two options: either Operation Unicorn will be activated, with her coffin delivered by royal train, or if Operation Unicorn is not possible, Operation Remodel will be activated and transport will be by plane back to London.

Day 3 of the Queen's death

In the morning, Charles will receive official condolences from Westminster Hall, then leave for a tour of Britain in the afternoon, starting at the Scottish Parliament.

Day 4 of the Queen's death

Charles will arrive in Northern Ireland and be greeted with official condolences from Hillsborough Castle and a service in Belfast.

Back in London, the procession of the coffin to the Palace of Westminster, Operation Lion, will be rehearsed.

Day 5 of the Queen's death

Operation Lion will take place with a service at Westminster Hall when the coffin arrives.

Day 6 from Queen's Death to Day 9

In Operation Feather, the Queen's coffin will lie in state at the Palace of Westminster for three days.

The palace will be open to the public for 23 hours a day and tickets will be issued to VIPs to secure their seats.

A funeral rehearsal will take place on the sixth day after death.

The following day, the 7th, Charles will travel to Wales to receive official condolences from the Welsh Parliament and attend a service at Llandaff Cathedral.

The Foreign Office will be tasked with arranging the arrival of foreign leaders and VIPs.

If the Queen dies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Foreign Office will also be responsible for the arrival of a significant number of tourists.

The Ministry of the Interior will be responsible for security.

The Department for Transport will be dealing with a large number of citizens heading into London.

Buckingham Palace has postponed the changing of the guard

Day 10 of the Queen's death

The state funeral will be held at Westminster Abbey with two minutes' silence at noon.

The day will be declared a "Day of National Mourning".

The Queen will be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel.

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