Russian ambassador to the UK says he is happy that Yulia Skripal is recovering and hopes Sergei will recover too
UEFA has announced it has opened disciplinary proceedings against Liverpool over the throwing of objects at the Manchester City team bus as it arrived at Anfield last night
An 18-year-old man who was stabbed to death in Hackney in east London has been been named by his father as Israel Ogunsola
Yulia Skripal: "Further than that, I would like to thank the staff at Salisbury District Hospital for their care and professionalism."
Yulia Skripal: "I have many people to thank for my recovery and would especially like to mention the people of Salisbury that came to my aid when my father and I were incapacitated."
UK police have released a statement from Yulia Skripal, a few hours after Russian TV broadcasts a recording purporting to capture a telephone conversation with her cousin.
After Russian TV played what it claimed was a phone call from Yulia Skripal, UK police issues a statement from her: "I woke up over a week ago and am glad to say my strength is growing daily."
Metropolitan Police say a man believed to be in his 20s has been stabbed in Walthamstow in northeast London and has been taken to hospital
"We never produced Novichok" claims the Russian Ambassador
Russian ambassador: lots of Russians are dying here in suspicious circumstances - like Glushkov - and we want to know why
Russian Ambassador to football fans: "They should come because last month we launch 5G and that's five times faster than 4G."
Russian Ambassador: majority of the world doesn't support the British so I hope everyone will come to the World Cup
Russian Ambassador to UK says we want an international presence in the so-called investigation into Salisbury attack
"Of course we will accept the results" of the OPCW investigation, says the Russian Ambassador
Russian Ambassador says a relative of Yulia Skripal is waiting for a British visa to come to visit
Russian ambassador to the UK Alexander Yakovenko says the British public do not believe the results from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons will be transparent but has urged Britain to publish them
Yakovenko lists the countries who voted against Russia at the OPCW yesterday - accuses them of voting against transparency
Scotland should put Spanish judiciary "on trial" in Catalan case: lawyer
Russian State TV reports the cousin of Yulia Skripal who was poisoned in a nerve agent attack in Salisbury says her cousin has told her that former spy Sergei skripal is "fine" and "sleeping"
Nerve agent attack: Relative says Skripals are 'getting better'
2 week ago
The UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office sent DW the following regarding @BorisJohnson's statements
Niece of ex-spy poisoned in UK wants to bring his daughter home to Russia
British security minister says "all roads lead to Russia" in case of spy poisoning
UK Defence Ministry cannot confirm whether Skripal's two cats and two guinea pigs do indeed exist or whether they were sent to Porton Down
2 week ago
Footage captured by @RoyalAirForce 17RSqn UK Lightning demonstrating one of the landing configurations of the F-35B
Scotland Yard says a 78-year-old man named locally as Richard Osborn-Brooks who was arrested over the fatal stabbing of an intruder during a burglary at his southeast London home has been bailed until May pending further enquiries
U.S. diplomats expelled by Russia over Skripal case head for airport: TASS
London cannot ignore Moscow's 'legitimate questions' over spy poisoning: Russia's Lavrov
Yulia Skripal: “I am sure you appreciate that the entire episode is somewhat disorientating, and I hope that you’ll respect my privacy and that of my family during the period of my convalescence.”
South Korea strongly condemns nerve agent attack in Britain
Russia calls for UN Security Council talks as diplomatic crisis deepens over spy poisoning case
UK identifies Russian source of nerve agent that poisoned ex-spy
North Korea will soon have missiles capable of reaching UK, MPs warn
3 week ago
13 countries (out of 41) that supported Russia's proposal to launch investigation of Skripal poisoning in UK at @OPCW
3 week ago
Russia loses OPCW bid to launch a joint probe with Britain into the spy poisoning scandal
Sky Sources: 78-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder following a burglary in Hither Green in southeast London has been named as Richard Osborn-Brooks
Spain hopes for Brexit deal on Gibraltar before October - foreign minister
Russia says OPCW voted down joint poisoning probe bid
Russia has lost a vote it instigated at the OPCW calling for a joint investigation into the Salisbury poisoning. Defeated 15-6 (17 abstained)
Buckingham Palace says the Duke of Edinburgh has undergone a successful hip replacement operation and is "progressing satisfactorily at this early stage"
Russia calls UN Security Council meeting on Salisbury attack at 3pm Thursday
Interfax: Russia's foreign ministry says it will send new staff to its embassies to replace diplomats expelled following Salisbury Attack
3 week ago
Operating on behalf of UK MoD @DefenceHQ, Foreland Shipping's Point class RORO, Hurst Point transits Black Sea-bound Bosphorus en route from Southampton?? to Constanta carrying military vehicles and equipment. All Crew-members are @RoyalNavy reservists.
3 week ago
More evidence the UK probably poisoned Skripal, according to the Russian foreign ministry: In 1867, Jules Verne wrote in the novel In Search of the Castaways that British colonists killed indigenous Australians with POISON.
3 week ago
The foreign ministry spokeswoman is currently arguing that an 1885 article by Friedrich Engels accusing Russia of involvement in London bombings proves the Skripal poisoning is part of an anti-Russian smear campaign
Putin urges 'common sense' to prevail in row over poisoned spy
Jeremy Corbyn says Boris Johnson has "egg on his face" and "serious questions to answer" after Porton Down was not able to prove the nerve agent used to poison ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia was made in Russia
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told the UK had "categorical" evidence that Russia was behind the Skripal attack
The UK Foreign Office has deleted a tweet that said experts at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory at Porton Down had confirmed that the nerve agent used during the attack on former spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury was definitely "produced in Russia"
UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office statement: An HMA Moscow briefing on 22 March was tweeted in real time by @UKinRussia and amplied by @foreignoffice, to explain what happened in Salisbury to as wide an audience as possible. One of the tweets was truncated and did not accurately report our Ambassador’s words. We have removed this tweet
Greater Manchester Police says the body of a newborn baby has been found in a field in Heywood
3 week ago
One month on from the Salisbury attack, cordons still in place at key sites
Metropolitan Police says a 78-year-old homeowner has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was stabbed and then later died during a burglary in Hither Green in southeast London
EU: Russia must co-operate with inquiry into Salisbury
European Union says it is "very concerned" that Russia is considering rejecting the chemical weapons body's findings on Salisbury – statement
British police in protective suits seen at the cordoned off area around pub which Skripal visited in the English city of Salisbury - Reuters
Germany still backs Britain in blaming Russia for spy attack
3 week ago
Salisbury: EU objects to insinuations against member states by Russia. Supports UK; confirms prior stmts. @OPCW
Reuters: Britain's delegation to the Organisation for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has described Russia's call for a joint investigation into the Salisbury nerve agent attack as "perverse" during an extraordinary meeting of the body's executive council in The Hague
Russia's foreign intelligence agency chief calls poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal in Britain a provocation by the US and British intelligence services