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Salisbury celebrates the arts to reclaim city from Skripal attack

Salisbury celebrates the arts to reclaim city from Skripal attack

Artistic director of Lift Off says the festival ‘can be part of the recovery’ for the publicSix months on from the shock of the nerve agent attack on the Skripals, the people of Salisbury are
Salisbury novichok emergency vehicles buried in landfill site

Salisbury novichok emergency vehicles buried in landfill site

Secure burials pose ‘absolutely no risk to the public’ according to DefraSome emergency service vehicles used in the response to novichok poisonings in Wiltshire have been buried in a landfill
Nerve agent used on Skripals 'same one that killed Dawn Sturgess'

Nerve agent used on Skripals 'same one that killed Dawn Sturgess'

Chemical weapons watchdog confirms novichok was used in all five Wiltshire poisoningsThe nerve agent that killed a woman in Amesbury, Wiltshire was the same one used to poison the former Russian spy
Salisbury poisonings: police name two Russian suspects

Salisbury poisonings: police name two Russian suspects

CPS says there is enough evidence to charge Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov over Wiltshire novichok poisonings Two Russian nationals have been named and charged over the novichok poisoning of
PM points to Putin as  Russian pair accused of novichok poisonings

PM points to Putin as Russian pair accused of novichok poisonings

Britain to lay out case against Moscow at UN with May saying suspects were GRU officersBritain will seek to intensify diplomatic pressure on Vladimir Putin after naming two Russian military
Putin is responsible for novichok poisoning, says UK minister

Putin is responsible for novichok poisoning, says UK minister

Ben Wallace says Russian president has ultimate power over military intelligence actionsThe security minister Ben Wallace has said that the Russian president Vladimir Putin is “ultimately responsible”
Novichok attack: Russia 'has no reason' to investigate suspects

Novichok attack: Russia 'has no reason' to investigate suspects

Putin spokesman calls UK accusations ‘unacceptable’ and denies Kremlin involvementThe Kremlin has said Russia is not investigating the two men that Britain has named as suspects in the nerve agent
US, Canada, France and Germany back UK over novichok attack

US, Canada, France and Germany back UK over novichok attack

May wins support for claim Salisbury attack was perpetrated by Russian agentsTheresa May has received strong international backing for her claim that the Salisbury attack was perpetrated by Russian
Britain’s reaction to the Salisbury poisonings plays into Putin’s hands | Simon Jenkins

Britain’s reaction to the Salisbury poisonings plays into Putin’s hands | Simon Jenkins

Secret agencies have their methods, unknown to their superiors, and no one’s hands are clean. The response to this attempted murder has been infantileThere is “no spectacle so ridiculous as the
Russia’s role not clear in poisonings | Letters

Russia’s role not clear in poisonings | Letters

Readers respond to the accusations against Putin and the naming of two Russian suspects in the Skripal caseTheresa May has ensured there is no possibility that those she accuses of the Salisbury
Russia faces barrage of criticism at UN over novichok attack

Russia faces barrage of criticism at UN over novichok attack

Britain accuses Russia of operating in a ‘parallel universe’ as US, France and Germany back UK’s findingsRussia has come under a sustained barrage of almost universal condemnation as nations lined up
Decontamination work begins at Skripal home in Salisbury

Decontamination work begins at Skripal home in Salisbury

Painstaking process is being carried out by military teams with specialist contractorsA meticulous decontaminating process is under way in the house in Salisbury where the former Russian spy Sergei
Russia asks Britain for help in identifying novichok suspects

Russia asks Britain for help in identifying novichok suspects

Moscow reacts after UK announces charges in absentia against pair believed to be GRU officersMoscow has claimed it wants to ascertain as soon as possible the identities of the two men named by Britain
Salisbury, six months on: ‘We should not waste a crisis, we should ensure that good comes from it’

Salisbury, six months on: ‘We should not waste a crisis, we should ensure that good comes from it’

Following the Skripal poisonings and the death of Dawn Sturgess, locals are adjusting to a new normal in the old cathedral cityThe identification last Wednesday of the two Russian agents thought
Wealthy Russians in Britain face new visa crackdown after Salisbury

Wealthy Russians in Britain face new visa crackdown after Salisbury

Scheme has allowed hundreds of oligarchs and Putin allies to make UK their homeThe right of more than 700 wealthy Russians to live in the UK is under review as the government mulls new ways of
Skripal poisoning: suspects are civilians, not criminals, says Putin

Skripal poisoning: suspects are civilians, not criminals, says Putin

Russian president says two men accused by UK of being behind attack have been identifiedThe two men accused by the UK of carrying out a nerve agent attack in Salisbury have been identified and are
Salisbury novichok suspects say they were only visiting cathedral

Salisbury novichok suspects say they were only visiting cathedral

British officials say Russian TV interview with men about Skripal poisoning is risible • Analysis: Unlikely story only makes UK’s case stronger The two men identified as suspects in the Salisbury
Skripal suspects' account of Salisbury trip does not add up

Skripal suspects' account of Salisbury trip does not add up

Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov’s tale of their attempt to visit the cathedral and Old Sarum prompts many questionsThe explanation offered by the men known as Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov
No 10 calls Salisbury suspects' interview 'blatant lies'

No 10 calls Salisbury suspects' interview 'blatant lies'

Downing Street says pair’s claims they were tourists are ‘insult to public’s intelligence’ An extraordinary interview with the two men identified as suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack
Dutch expelled Russians over alleged novichok lab hacking plot

Dutch expelled Russians over alleged novichok lab hacking plot

Two men were arrested over alleged plan to infiltrate lab where Salisbury nerve agent was analysedThe Dutch government expelled two alleged Russian spies this year after they were accused of planning