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Russian spy attack: PM prepares reprisals as deadline passes

The Guardian 31 sources

May prepares to chair meeting of the national security council as she plans Moscow crackdown

Spy poisoning reaction deadline passes

BBC / UK

Focus shifts to what steps the UK will take against Moscow after the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

UK's deadline for Russia passes in stalemate

Sky News / US News

A deadline has passed for Vladimir Putin to explain Moscow's alleged use of a chemical weapon in Salisbury, with the UK and Russia seemingly at a stalemate.

Corbyn fails to condemn Kremlin over Salisbury poisoning

The Labour leader was jeered and met with cries of 'shame' as he failed back Theresa May's tough stance against Russia following the assassination attempt on British soil.

Top Putin critic Navalny calls for UK to sanction oligarchs over spy poisoning

In an interview with ABC News, Navalny said UK should avoid "symbolic gestures"

After ultimatum deadline passes, UK leader readies response

Fox News / World

Britain's prime minister is set to chair a meeting of the national security council Wednesday to consider sanctions against Russia after Moscow ignored a deadline to explain how a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union was used to…

Spy poisoning: why Putin may have engineered gruesome calling card

The Guardian

Insiders say all trails lead back to Moscow, suggesting a deliberate act to incite row with UK

Kremlin fails to respond to poisoning probe by Britain's midnight deadline

SMH.com.au

Prime Minister Theresa May will now try to convince the world that it must help Britain respond to Russian attempted murder allegations.

Kremlin fails to respond to poisoning probe by Britain's deadline

Brisbane Times

Prime Minister Theresa May will now try to convince the world that it must help Britain respond to Russian attempted murder allegations.

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Mar 19

Reuters: Inspectors analyze toxin used on Russian spy, EU backs Britain

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Mar 17

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Mar 16

Johnson blames Putin for attack

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Mar 14

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Mar 14

Corbyn fails to condemn Kremlin over Salisbury poisoning

The Labour leader was jeered and met with cries of 'shame' as he failed back Theresa May's tough stance against Russia following the assassination attempt on British soil.

Mar 14

Top Putin critic Navalny calls for UK to sanction oligarchs over spy poisoning

In an interview with ABC News, Navalny said UK should avoid "symbolic gestures"

Mar 14

Spy poisoning reaction deadline passes

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Focus shifts to what steps the UK will take against Moscow after the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

Mar 13

Spy poisoning: why Putin may have engineered gruesome calling card

The Guardian open event

Insiders say all trails lead back to Moscow, suggesting a deliberate act to incite row with UK

Mar 13

Russia has no connection to ex-spy nerve agent attack, foreign minister says

CNBC open event

The U.K. has explained why a nerve agent, which Britain deemed to have been created in Russia, was used to poison a former Russian spy and his daughter in Salisbury, England.

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Theresa May Gives Putin a 48-Hour Deadline

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Mar 9

Salisbury latest: Russia says Theresa May's warning of 'full spectrum' response over spy nerve agent 'plot' is just propaganda

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Mar 6

Britain warns Russia over double agent's mysterious illness

Reuters open event

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UK counter-terror police investigate Russian spy mystery

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