Russian MFA: while UK media come up with fresh versions of Salisbury poisonings, they pay no attention to @dstlmod Porton Down secret lab, where 61 incidents took place in 16/17 alone, and whose scientists Vladimir Pasechnik, David Kelly, Paul Norman, Richard Holmes all mysteriously died
I think this story belongs in the "ill informed and wild speculation folder" UK Minister of State for Security says on press stury about police have identified several Russians who were behind the poisoning of former Russian double-agent Sergei Skripal
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The visit by Prime Minister Theresa May to the Irish border today is "too little, too late" says Sinn Fein NI leader Michelle O'Neill
The Russian embassador has reacted, saying "We work with official information and not press reports." Sources have said the suspects behind the Skripal nerve agent attack are Russian
CCHQ is not denying that the chief whip told Tory MP to break pair during crucial Brexit vote
Conservative spokesman: "We have apologised for the fact that a pregnancy pairing arrangement was broken in error this week. No other pairs offered on the Trade Bill on Tuesday were broken." But the q is whether the chief whip *asked* for them to be broken (or indeed ordered)
The European Commission has published a document outlining the preparations for the UK's withdrawal from the EU and warns preparations must be stepped up immediately at all levels to take in all possible outcomes
Conservative MP Philip Davies has submitted a letter of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May saying he has "lost trust in her to deliver the referendum result"
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The Labour party's attempt to keep all sides happy on Brexit ultimately saved Theresa May from a potentially catastrophic defeat this week
Brexit Secretary Raab (Cons): The White Paper we have published is principled, pragmatic but ambitious approach which delivers the best deal for the UK and also maintains ties with our close EU friends.
UK second-quarter retail sales growth strongest since 2004, boosted by warm weather.
Irish Foreign Minister says UK Brexit proposal "deserves in-depth consideration"
Government's Brexit White Paper will be the basis for negotiations with the EU, says May
French speakers said to be unhappy with 'a principled Brexit' translated as 'un Brexit vertueux' which has moral overtones
The U.K.'s new Brexit secretary opens a fresh chapter in negotiations with his EU counterpart
Airbus condemns the U.K.'s "unraveling" Brexit plan, echoing Rolls
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UK police believe they have identified the perpetrators of the Novichok attack against a former Russian spy and his daughter. Officers say they are looking at more than one suspect and that several Russians were involved
Investigators believe they have identified the suspected perpetrators of the Novichok attack through CCTV and have cross-checked this with records of people who entered the country around that time. They are sure the suspects are Russian.
Suspected perpetrators of Skripal novichok attack 'identified' - UK police
: "The fact that the people who passed the Magnitsky Act and the people who are investigating money laundering are being targeted to be intv, and the Pres of the US says that's an "interesting idea"? This has got to be one of the lowest points in his presidency."
Ryanair cancels 600 flights next week, 100,000 passengers affected due to strike
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Operations stopped at London Heathrow
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Control tower evacuated at London Heathrow due to fire alarm - all flights holding
Commenting on the sentencing of two prominent National Action members, Home Secretary Sajid Javid says: "The extreme far-right has absolutely no place in Britain and I am glad these vile extremists are behind bars where they belong."
PM May: The overall concern from the UK is to ensure that the arrangement that we have with the EU is relevant and reflects the flow of goods between both
UK PM May: It will be possible to ask the EU for an opinion on matters of EU law but it will not be the arbiter if they relate to the UK, they will be determined by the UK courts
PM @theresa_may giving evidence to the Liaison Committee: If there is no-deal Brexit, the UK, Ireland and European Commission would need to consider further actions to take at the border
May tells Liaison Committee: The majority of what is required for Facilitated Customs Arrangement will be in place by December 2020
Boris Johnson has in his resignation statement to the House of Commons said that a "fog of self-doubt" has fallen over Britain's stance on Brexit since Theresa May's Lancaster House speech last year
Boris Johnson says the UK should aim for the vision of "a strong, independent, self-governing Britain" set out at Lancaster House and not the "miserable permanent limbo" of Chequers