“the job was ordered at the highest level.”
“It’s one of the oldest working clocks in the world.”
A “stunning escalation in Russian aggression”?
“This was not a rogue operation.”
Message received, then.
“…detectives are looking at the possibility that Ms Sturgess tested the spray on her face and hands, believing it to be perfume.”
“Police believe the nerve agent…was discarded during the March attempted assassination of the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal.”
“Mr Skripal is able to walk, and has talked to police at length, but is not completely recovered.”
“No-one speaks for me, or for my father.”
UK: Skripal “improving rapidly.”
“Everyone’s health is okay, no one has any incurable things…”
“There is more going [on] relative to this issue than I think has been reported.”
“We invite the U.S. authorities…to come back to their senses…”
“…there isn’t a single person inside the bureau who believes this guy got drunk, fell down, and died.”
“When you attack our friends, you will face serious consequences.”
Expulsion of Russians on the table for Trump?
Counter-terrorism probe due to “associations.”
Russia: We’re retaliating against the Brits — and the US.
Sea change over Russia?
Russian retaliation coming next?
Russian response “demonstrated complete disdain for the gravity of these events.”
“Not a single British media outlet will work in our country if they shut down Russia Today”
“…it is highly likely that Russia was responsible for the act against Sergei and Yulia Skirpal.”
“Either present or past state-sponsored actors” responsible.
“Detectives now believed that Sergei and Yulia Skripal were specifically targeted…”