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Britain has responded by expelling 23 undeclared intelligence officers from the Russian embassy in London. The international community now needs to stand together to uphold the rules on which the safety of all our citizens depend. If we do not, the Russian state will continue its dangerous and destructive ...

Earlier, Russian diplomats had to leave the UK as British Prime Minister Theresa May announced a batch of anti-Russia measures in the wake of the poisoning of the ex-Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal, the incident which was blamed on Moscow. The Russian Foreign Ministry denied all the ...
MOSCOW, March 22. /TASS/. London's actions in the situation around the poisoning of the former Russian intelligence officer and British spy Sergei Skripal replicate the investigation into the murder of the former Russian security operative, Alexander Litvinenko, who died in London in November 2006, the ...
He indicated that the expulsion of Russian diplomats from the UK in the wake the alleged poisoning of the former Russian intelligence officer and British spy, Sergei Skripal, was devoid of any sense, as the staff of the Russian embassy "performed their professional duties honestly and courageously.".
Security officials are deeply concerned that the Kremlin may reveal the identities of British intelligence officers in the escalating and bitter confrontation following the Salisbury nerve agent attack, The Independent has learned. The disclosure could start, it is feared, with those who work for MI6 and the 23 ...
Minibuses and removal vans have been at the Russian embassy in London as 23 expelled diplomats prepare to leave the UK. The diplomats, who were identified as 'undeclared intelligence officers' by Prime Minister Theresa May, were ordered to leave in response to the Salisbury spy poisoning case in ...
THERESA May has held back from escalating the tit-for-tat row with Russia over the Salisbury chemical attack as the 23 "undeclared intelligence officers" headed back to Moscow. The Prime Minister told a meeting of the National Security Council[NSC] further measures against the Kremlin were under ...
She said the use of a Russian-made nerve agent on UK soil amounted to the "unlawful use of force". The PM, who was earlier briefed by senior intelligence chiefs in Downing Street, added there was "no alternative conclusion other than that the Russian state was culpable" for the attempted murder of Mr ...
Sergei Skripal is a retired Russian military intelligence colonel who was sentenced in 2006 to 13 years in prison, accused of spying for Britain. He was convicted, and later pardoned, for passing the identities of Russian secret agents in Europe to the UK's Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). Russia claimed ...


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