BBC News has an archived report, that it is instructive to clip (as in we see how the news was missing the biggest piece of the story, the preparation for the thrust through Sedan to the Coast):
1940: Churchill takes helm as Germans advance
German forces have invaded Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg by air and land.
The invasion began at dawn with large numbers of aeroplanes attacking the main aerodromes and landing troops. The Dutch High Commission says more than 100 German planes were shot down by its forces.Food for thought. END
In London, it has been announced that Winston Churchill will lead a coalition government after Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain said he was stepping aside.
Two days ago his majority plummeted in a vote of confidence in the Commons during a debate on the war and there were calls from the Tory benches for him to go . . .