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All of time collapses. In "The Wedding of River Song", when River breaks a fixed point by refusing to kill the Doctor, all of time happens at once. The Holy Roman Emperor Winston Churchill was in charge in a time line where it was always two past five and the Doctor was his soothsayer. It is implied that had time not been righted, it would have decayed altogether.