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The ex-Kremlin spy apparently poisoned in Britain had links to the man who wrote the explosive Trump Russia dossier
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has chaired a meeting of the National Security Council to discuss the case of former spy Sergei Skripal
The Russian Embassy says authorities in the UK should step in immediately to "end the demonisation" of Russia accusing the media of an "anti-Russian campaign"
: There is already a border in Ireland, but it is invisible. The UK government seeks to keep it that way. A pragmatic and unique solution can be found
: We cannot move onto the next step in negotiating the Irish border solutions until we negotiate the future trade relationship. It's like putting the cart before the horse
A spokeswoman for the Russian foreign ministry says Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's comments over the illness of former spy Sergei Skripal are "wild"
: A responsible government has to be ready for a no deal outcome as a matter of good practice
: European Parliament Brexit coordinator @guyverhofstadt met with a team from the Home Office today and Home Office officials will go to the EP to discuss EU nationals' status with MEPs
: the provisions relating to the rights of EU citizens will be in a treaty. The UK government values the contributions of EU nationals and maintains its commitment to their rights in the long term
Brexit Secretary David Davis: UK will explore the idea of remaining in some EU agencies. It can be possible to reform the agencies to allow for third party participation. If the political will (from both sides) is there, this is technically achievable
Scotland Yard says the National Counter-Terrorism Policing Network is taking over the investigation into what caused former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Skripal to fall critically ill in Salisbury
Brexit Secretary @DavidDavisMP speaking at Commons European scrutiny committee: Most free trade agreements have independent arbitration mechanisms, we expect a similar mechanism in the future UK-EU relationship, not CJEU arbitration
Johnson even threatens to pull out of World Cup if Russia behind Skripal poisoning
Social media firms are like irresponsible landlords - UK counter-terrorism police head
Woman 'murdered' in London and family found dead in Sussex
Britain's foreign secretary says if Moscow's involvement proven in ex-Russian spy illness case, UK will respond 'appropriately and robustly'
Boris Johnson says too early to speculate as to the precise nature of the crime or attempted crime that took place in Salisbury
Police Service of Northern Ireland are saying that they are trying to establish the circumstances in which "a car caught fire" on the A2 between Belfast and Bangor this morning
Boris Johnson to answer urgent Commons question on Russia following suspected spy poisoning
Foster: the car went on fire, but we do condemn utterly those who would seek to bring violence back to NI. They failed in the past and of course they will fail again in the future, and we urge everyone to work with the PSNI to bring these people to justice
Arlene Foster on bomb attack: We've just received news from NI which is very disturbing that a booby trap bomb has exploded a female police officer's car. Thankfully she wasn't in it at the time
Wiltshire Police says former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Skripal who were found unconscious in Salisbury remain in a critical condition and all but one of the emergency services staff who were assessed have been released from hospital
Sky Sources: Security forces say a police car has caught fire after a booby-trap bomb partially exploded on the A2 between Belfast and Bangor in Northern Ireland and the driver was not injured
Army bomb disposal officers have been called to the scene of a car fire in Northern Ireland.
The BBC understands the woman in hospital alongside a Russian convicted of spying for Britain is his daughter
Activist and Labour adviser Munroe Bergdorf has stepped down from her role on the LGBT advisory board following allegations she posted offensive messages on social media
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"We can't trust what the Kremlin says." Bill Browder says double agent Sergei Skripal could have been a victim of a Russian plot
The BBC reports that Sergei Skripal's son "died suddenly" last year on holiday in Russia.
Financial Times: US offering Britain a more restrictive ation deal post-Brexit
Hammond: Government could continue planning for no-deal Brexit up until end of transition period
Senior EU Brexit adviser expresses doubts over Theresa May's economic partnership proposal
Corbin: Teresa May has a declaration of British opposition to the violation of human rights in Saudi Arabia
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First meeting between Michel Barnier and DUP gets underway in the @EU_Commission HQ in Brussels Brexit
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DUP delegation arrives for meeting with @MichelBarnier in Brussels
Interfax: Duma MP Lugovoi do not rule out the use of the incident with Skripal against Russia
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov calls the incident "tragic" but says Moscow has no information on what happened to Skripal.
Kremlin officials say they are open to working with Britain over the incident involving former Russian spy Sergei Skripal
Russian state TV says the "British press is actively hyping up the story" of Sergei Skripal, the former Russian spy who is critically ill following exposure to an unknown substance in Wiltshire.
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Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has flatly dismissed Theresa May's idea of arranging the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland after the model of the US and Canada
Counter-terrorism police say they are speaking to Wiltshire Police about the investigation of two people including former Russian spy Sergei Skripal being exposed to an unknown substance in Salisbury
A man who is critically ill after being exposed to an unknown substance in Wiltshire, England is an alleged former Russian spy Sergei Skripal. The 66-year-old Russian national, was granted refuge in the UK following a spy swap between the US and Russia in 2010. -BBC
Man critically ill after exposure to unknown substance in Salisbury is alleged former Russian spy given refuge in UK, BBC told
Britain's health service 'not for sale' in U.S. trade talks: PM May
UK does not plan to produce rival Brexit legal text: finance minister
Police say a number of locations in Salisbury, Wiltshire, have been cordoned off after two people were taken to hospital in a critical condition following suspected exposure to an unknown substance.
British PM May to raise concerns over Yemen to Saudi during visit
Work underway to clear snow drifts in North Kildare
A spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May says the Government is still confident of reaching a trade deal with America after U.S. President Donald Trump proposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports
Ireland set to pick BNY Mellon as custodian for Apple tax escrow account
Prime Minister Theresa May says the national housing crisis is one of the "biggest barriers to social mobility we face today" as she warned "unscrupulous developers" they would no longer be able to "dodge their obligations"
International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt says aid organisations have reported 80 current and historical cases where people have been harmed or have been at risk of harm to the Charity Commission since 12 February when she met Oxfam executives
UK Trade Secretary: Staying in a customs union post-Brexit would mean abandoning global ambitions
Brexit will not threaten the UK-EU intelligence and security partnership, former head of MI6 says
Irish Foreign Minister: UK proposals for Irish border are a starting point in negotiations
Theresa May outlines her vision for the future UK-EU partnership
Irish PM fears people may have died during the storm but have not yet been found