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Amber Rudd summons investigators for emergency Cobra talks on Salisbury spy attack

11 March 2018, 01:09 | Tara Lloyd

Amber Rudd summons investigators for emergency Cobra talks on Salisbury spy attack

Amber Rudd summons investigators for emergency Cobra talks on Salisbury spy attack

Police extended the cordon around the modest suburban home of Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, the quiet city in southwestern England where he and his daughter Yulia were found slumped on a bench on Sunday.

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Det Sgt Nick Bailey - who attended the scene on Sunday - is stable and conscious but is "very anxious" about being exposed to a nerve agent.

Suspicion is mounting that Russian Federation carried out the attempt on their lives as an act of revenge against the former intelligence officer, who was convicted in 2006 of selling state secrets to MI6. The 66-year-old former agent had been living in Salisbury, 90 miles southwest of London. One theory is that the Skripals were poisoned in his house before visiting a restaurant and a pub and becoming ill.

Investigators have been summoned for emergency talks on the crisis in Salisbury, where the fallout from a suspected nerve agent attack continues to widen.

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Health chiefs have said there is a low risk to the wider public from the nerve agent used against Skripal and his daughter.

Police have not revealed what nerve agent was involved.

The graves of Mr Skripal's wife and son at a Salisbury cemetery have also been taped off. Alexander died previous year at the age of 43.

A Russian TV news reporter, Kirill Kleymenov, on Russia's state-owned Channel One's Vremya, had given what appears to be a vile threat and a warning to those who have committed treason (traitors) against Russia that are living in Britain, saying that it won't be a safe haven, the independent.ie reported.

Meanwhile officials wearing biohazard protective suits were seen working alongside police officers at the London Road Cemetery, where Skripal's wife and son were laid to rest.

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Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey, who was one of the first to come into contact with the contaminated pair, is also fighting for his life. "There may be some clues floating around in here". Another nerve agent, VX, was used to kill Kim Jong Nam, the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at Kuala Lumpur global airport in February 2017.

"A well-equipped lab and a very experienced analytical chemist can do it, but it's not the sort of thing a chancer doing kitchen-sink chemistry can get away with", chemical weapons expert Richard Guthrie said.

Meanwhile, Russia's foreign minister expressed resentment at suggestions Moscow was behind the attack and said the Kremlin was "ready to consider" lending a hand in any investigation, "whether it's [about] poisoning of some British subjects, whether it's rumors about interference in the USA election campaign".

"If anyone's interested in our assistance with the investigation, whether it be on the poisoning of some subjects of the United Kingdom, or rumors on the interference in the affairs of the United States during the election campaign, or anything else".

In response to questions over Russia's possible involvement, May has said that "if action needs to be taken then the government will do that".

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The Kremlin, which denies any involvement, says it resents the finger-pointing and suspicions that Russian Federation played a role.



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