A woman who was taken to hospital with her husband after a nerve agent scare at a Salisbury restaurant has said she was not involved in a hoax and her fears were genuine.
Two suspects in the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy were briefly detained in the Netherlands earlier this year, according to research by Bellingcat, an investigative group.
Former politician and broadcaster Trevor Phillips has said he was “complicit” in workplace harassment of young women.
Media minister Jeremy Wright will call for strong public broadcasting after “blatant disinformation” in the wake of the Salisbury incident.
The state-funded RT network is currently subject to 10 investigations into media bias, including its coverage of the Salisbury poisoning.
A woman who sat next to one of two people who fell ill prompting a Novichok scare at a Salisbury restaurant has said that police told her the two victims were Russian.
Fears that two people had become the latest victims of Novichok poisoning in Salisbury have been allayed after police said there was nothing to suggest the nerve agent had caused them to fall ill.
Police have closed streets in Salisbury as a “precautionary measure” after two people were taken ill from a restaurant, amid heightened tensions after the Novichok poisonings.
Two journalists say the passport file of one of the suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack contains a telephone number that appears to belong to Russia’s Defence Ministry.
The Kremlin has said it will consider any request by Britain to question the two suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
The Russian prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack have given their “first and last interview” about the case, the journalist who met the pair has said.
Britain has accused Russia of “lies and blatant fabrications” after the prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack claimed they visited the UK as tourists.
Britain has accused Russia of responding with “obfuscation and lies” after the prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack claimed they visited the UK as tourists.
The prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack have claimed they visited the UK as tourists.
The first interview with the prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack is expected to be broadcast by Russian state-funded news channel RT.
Downing Street has rejected claims by Russian president Vladimir Putin that there is “nothing criminal” about the prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
Airport baggage checks “weren’t probably as good as they might be” and contributed to two Russian nationals being able to bring Novichok into the UK, security minister Ben Wallace has suggested.
Britain has put in place a number of “protective” measures to guard against Russian cyber activity in the wake of the Salisbury attack, a senior intelligence official has disclosed.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has escalated the war of words over the Salisbury nerve agent attack by claiming there is “nothing criminal” about Britain’s prime suspects.
The order to carry out the Salisbury nerve agent attack came from the “highest level” of the Russian state, the Home Secretary has said.
The head of GCHQ has warned that Russia poses an “active” threat in the first public remarks by a UK spy chief after two men were dramatically accused of carrying out the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
Leaders of the UK’s allies have backed Theresa May’s claim that the suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack are Russian spies.
A failure to reach agreement with the European Union on policing and security matters post-Brexit would be “suboptimal”, a member of Theresa May’s Government has conceded.
Theresa May said Britain will deploy the “full range of tools” from across the National Security apparatus to counter the threat posed by the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence service.
The war of words with Russia following the Novichok attack has escalated, with a senior minister saying Vladimir Putin bore ultimate responsibility for the action of his spies.
British and Russian officials will come face-to-face as the UN Security Council discusses the Salisbury Novichok attack hours after Theresa May said Moscow agents were behind the deadly poisoning.
The Salisbury nerve agent attack was carried out by two Russian spies and sanctioned at a “senior level” in Moscow, Theresa May has said.
Novichok poisoning victim Charlie Rowley has welcomed the news that two suspects have been identified in the Salisbury attack.
A counterfeit bottle of designer perfume picked up by a victim of the Salisbury nerve agent attack contained a “significant” amount of Novichok.
Two Russian military intelligence officers are accused of carrying out the Salisbury nerve agent attack.