Doctors at Salisbury hospital did not think Skripals would survive

The pair were poisoned by military nerve agent Novichok in March.

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Key Salisbury site reopens to public after nerve agent clean-up operation

The Maltings was sealed off after Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found unconscious there on March 4.

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Use of military grade agent in spy poisoning not possible, says Putin

The Russian president cast doubt over Britain’s own claims and called for an ‘objective’ investigation.

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Key Salisbury nerve poison site given all clear

The area in the city centre where Sergei and Yulia Skripal were found unconscious has been decontaminated and will be opened at the weekend.

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Downing Street defends visa regime amid reports of Abramovich delay

Number 10 said visa applications were dealt with rigorously but would not be drawn on Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s case.

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Russia ambassador’s kidnap suggestion amid new demand to see ‘isolated’ Skripals

Alexander Yakovenko has claimed the UK is violating international law by not granting access to the Skripals.

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Sergei Skripal discharged from hospital

Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, who was exposed to a nerve agent along with his daughter, has been discharged from hospital.

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UK's MI5 chief slams Russia for ‘bare-faced lies’ over Salisbury nerve agent attack

Director general of the Security Service Andrew Parker said the Kremlin had tried to mislead the world.

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MI5 chief says Salisbury nerve agent attack deliberate and targeted

The director general of the Security Service will join international condemnation of Moscow.

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MI5 chief says Salisbury nerve agent attack deliberate and targeted

The director general of the Security Service will join international condemnation of Moscow.

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UK still stopping Russian officials meeting nerve agent victims - Ambassador

Britain is continuing to block Russian officials from having physical access to nerve agent victims Sergei and Yulia Skripal, the country's ambassador to the UK has said.

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Up to 100g of nerve agent used on Skripals, says chemical weapons watchdog chief

He told the New York Times the nerve agent was of ‘high purity’.

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Russia claims no traces of poison on Yulia Skripal's route to Moscow airport

Russian investigators say they have traced back the steps of Yulia Skripal from her Moscow home to the airport before she flew to London, and found no traces of poison.

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Kremlin-backed TV channel sparks new Ofcom investigations

The regulator said it was investigating ‘the due impartiality of news and current affairs programmes on the RT news channel’, formerly Russia Today.

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Nerve agent used in Salisbury poisoning 'in liquid form', says UK Department for Environment

The nerve agent used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury was delivered "in a liquid form", the UK's Department for Environment has said.

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Here is why the UK believes Russia is behind the Sergei Skripal poisoning

Russia is the only nation with the "technical means, operational experience and motive" for the Salisbury nerve agent attack on a former spy and his daughter, Britain has said.

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Latest: Russian ambassador accuses UK of destroying evidence in Skripal poisoning case

Latest: Russia's ambassador has accused the British authorities of destroying evidence in the Salisbury nerve agent attack.

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Latest: Russia accuses UK of launching propaganda campaign over Salisbury attack

Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, said allegations in relation to the Skripal poisonings are evidence of a "clear anti-Russian campaign, the like of which we have not seen in the world for a long time in terms of its scale and lack of principles".

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Latest: Russian embassy says secret new identities for Skripals would be 'abduction'

Yulia Skripal, who was poisoned along with her former double agent father Sergei in Salisbury last month, has been discharged from hospital.

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Russian request for meeting over Skripal case is diversionary tactic, says UK

A Russian request for a meeting with Boris Johnson to discuss the nerve agent attack on former double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia has been dismissed as a "diversionary tactic" by the UK.

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Russia requests Boris Johnson meeting to discuss nerve agent attack

Russian officials have requested a meeting with the UK's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to discuss the nerve agent attack on former double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

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Ex-spy Sergei Skripal 'no longer in critical condition' after poisoning

Speculation is mounting that Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia could be able to offer officers investigating the Salisbury nerve agent attack missing clues as the pair continue to recover.

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Ex-spy Sergei Skripal 'no longer critically ill' after poisoning

Sergei Skripal, the Russian ex-spy poisoned with a nerve agent, is no longer critically ill, according to doctors.

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Russian ambassador welcomes letters of support from Irish citizens; Sergei Skripal no longer critical

Russia's Ambassador to Ireland has said people have been sending him letters of support after the Salisbury spy poisoning.

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Russia warns UK is 'playing with fire' over Salisbury nerve agent attack

Russia has warned Britain is "playing with fire and will be sorry" over the Salisbury poisoning as it emerged Yulia Skripal's strength is "growing daily".

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Russian UN ambassador says Britain 'playing with fire' over poisoning claims

Russian UN ambassador Vassily Nebenzya, speaking at the UN Security Council in New York, said the UK has questions to answer.

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Salisbury poisoning victim Yulia Skripal says strength is 'growing daily'

Yulia Skripal has said her strength is "growing daily" after the nerve agent attack which left her and her father in intensive care.

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Russian involvement in Skripal case 'beyond reasonable doubt'

It is beyond reasonable doubt that Russia was behind the Salisbury attack, UK Security Minister Ben Wallace insisted as Moscow stepped up efforts to undermine the UK's case.

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Boris Johnson hits back after Labour leader slams 'exaggerated' spy poisoning claims

Boris Johnson has attacked Jeremy Corbyn for "playing Russia's game" after the Labour leader accused him of "exaggeration" over evidence that Moscow was to blame for the Salisbury poisoning.

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