The parents of the woman who died in the Wiltshire Novichok poisonings have said they have concerns about why former spy Sergei Skripal was settled in Salisbury.
A high-ranking Russian military intelligence service officer who was reportedly in Britain during the Salisbury Novichok attack has been named as Denis Sergeev.
Decontamination work is continuing at the home of a former Russian spy who was poisoned by deadly nerve agent Novichok.
The home of one of the victims of the Novichok poisonings has been cleaned by experts and handed back to its owners.
Jeremy Hunt has welcomed new sanctions imposed by the European Union on Russians blamed for the Novichok nerve agent attack in Salisbury.
The European Union has imposed sanctions on Russians blamed for the Novichok nerve agent attack in Salisbury as the bloc steps up its action against the use of chemical weapons.
A teenage girl was the first person to help Novichok poisoning victims Sergei and Yulia Skripral, it has emerged.
The policeman who was left critically ill after the Salisbury Novichok attack on Sergei Skripal has returned to active duty.
Royal Marines have undergone training in chemical warfare skills to prepare for a repeat of the Novichok attack on Salisbury.
The home of a former Russian spy is to be dismantled, with the roof completely removed by military teams in the wake of the Novichok attack as decontamination work continues.
Novichok victim Charlie Rowley fears the poison will eventually kill him and believes he could be dead within a decade.
The policeman who was left critically ill after the attempt to murder former Russian spy Sergei Skripal has said he was “petrified” to find out he had also been exposed to the deadly Novichok nerve agent.
Former politician and broadcaster Trevor Phillips has said he was “complicit” in workplace harassment of young women.
Media minister Jeremy Wright will call for strong public broadcasting after “blatant disinformation” in the wake of the Salisbury incident.
The state-funded RT network is currently subject to 10 investigations into media bias, including its coverage of the Salisbury poisoning.
Britain has put in place a number of “protective” measures to guard against Russian cyber activity in the wake of the Salisbury attack, a senior intelligence official has disclosed.
An angry Richard Madeley terminated a live TV interview with Gavin Williamson after the Defence Secretary dodged his question four times.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has opened three new investigations into a Kremlin-backed TV channel following the Salisbury poisoning case.
The international chemical weapons watchdog has backed Britain’s findings about the identity of the chemical used in the Salisbury nerve agent attack
The international chemical weapons watchdog has confirmed Britain’s analysis of the chemical used in the Salisbury nerve agent poisoning, as Russia continued to deny responsibility for the attack.
Novichok was developed by the Soviet Union in the 1970s as a new kind of chemical weapon that would be harder to detect, more potent than existing nerve agents and exempt from the Chemical Weapons Treaty.