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Ministers and Royal Family will not go to World Cup in Russia

BBC / News 46 sources

UK government ministers and members of the Royal Family will not attend the World Cup after a Russian-made nerve agent was used on an ex-spy.

Russia says the UK is 'misleading' the world over spy poisoning

CNBC / World

Russia's foreign minister has accused the U.K. of behaving in a "high-handed" and "misleading" manner after Downing Street implicated Moscow in the attempted murder of a former Russian spy and his daughter on British soil.

Russian spy attack: could England boycott the World Cup?

The Week UK

2018 World Cup; Wed 14 Mar, AT 14:57; Russian spy attack: could England boycott the World Cup?

British Royal Family and government ministers will boycott World Cup in Russia after nerve agent attack on spy

Mirror Online

May told the Commons that Russia was culpable for the attempted murder of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia

Ministers & Royals to boycott World Cup

Sky Sports

No ministers or members of the Royal Family will go to World Cup finals in Russia this summer, British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced.

UK vs Russia: Royal Family and British Government to BOYCOTT World Cup as tensions SOAR

Daily Express / News

BRITAIN’S Royal family and government ministers will not attend the 2018 World Cup in Russia following the poisoning of a Russian spy and his daughter, Prime Minister Theresa May said.

Members of the Royal family to miss World Cup in Russia after spy poisoning

WalesOnline

Theresa May said Russia had failed to provide any 'credible' explanation of events

Adding Insult to Injury, British Royal Family to Boycott World Cup in Russia

www.nytimes.com

While the snub may seem pointed, a Russian official said, “It’s not so important.”

Theresa May: British ministers, royal family will not attend soccer World Cup in Russia after spy attack

KSL.com / World

Theresa May: British ministers, royal family will not attend soccer World Cup in Russia after spy attack.

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