Sergei Skripal poisoning

What motive would Russia have for poisoning Sergei Skripal? Was it a false flag conducted by British Special Services intended to incite conflict with Russia?

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Moscow: UK behind campaign to stir conflict near Russia’s borders

Tass suggests Britain behind Skripals poisoning; aimed at inciting conflict near Russia’s borders where NATO forces are currently deploying

Maria Zakharova: West is Launching an All-Out Anti-Russian Campaign

Maria Zakharova: West is Launching an All-Out Anti-Russian Campaign

Maria Zakharova on how the Skripal’s poisoning fits in with a long-term campaign to demonise Russia

A Curious Incident Part IV

A Curious Incident Part IV

This exhaustive and detailed analysis of the Skripals poisoning reveals just how flawed the British government’s case is.

Trump, Joining Allies, Expels 60 Russians Over Poisoning in U.K.

Trump orders expulsions as Poland, Italy, France and Germany are among 14 European Union states to also announce plans to expel Russian envoys

Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. Click to enlarge

Skripal Wanted to Return to Russia

Although Russia had no motive for killing Skripal, we explain why Britain intelligence most definitely did

At least 10 EU nations to expel Russian diplomats in spy row

At least 10 EU nations to expel Russian diplomats in spy row

As Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov warns that London is trying to make “the crisis with Russia as deep as possible”.

Boris Johnson A Categorical Liar

Former British envoy to Uzbekistan spells out why Boris Johnson’s statements about the Skripals case cannot be trusted

Boris Johnson compares Russian World Cup to Hitler’s 1936 Olympics

Increasingly rancorous exchanges see Johnson compare Putin with Hitler and Russian officials condemn Britain for its “Russophobia” and “island mentality”

Why we don’t respect the West anymore (MUST READ!)

Margarita Simonyan on why, when they once might have been indifferent, Russians are now rallying around Vladimir Putin

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Boris Johnson blames Vladimir Putin personally for Salisbury nerve agent attack

The rhetoric between Russia and Britain is heating up as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson personally singles out Putin for blame

‘One of the Great Hoaxes’: Skripal Poisoning Evokes ‘Deja Vu’ of Iraq War Run-up

Anti-war activist George Galloway says the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter will probably go down as one of the “great hoaxes … in all history”

Russia highly likely to be behind poisoning of spy, says Theresa May

Russia highly likely to be behind poisoning of spy, says Theresa May

Evidence of Russian involvement rests on a military grade nerve agent found at the scene. But could it have been manufactured in a western chemical warfare lab?

Theresa May's "45 Minutes" Claim

Theresa May’s “45 Minutes” Claim

Moon of Alabama details the discrepancies in official claims that Russia was behind the poisoning of Sergei Skripal

Members of the Falcon Squadron, Royal Tank Regiment, at Winterbourne Gunner, southern England, conducting final preparation and training before deploying in support of the civil authorities in Salisbury city centre, Friday March 9, 2018. British police asked the military on Friday to help investigate the nerve-agent poisoning of a former spy, as investigators' attention increasingly focused on the victim's house in a quiet suburban street. (Cpl Pete Brown/Ministry of Defence via AP). Click to enlarge

Spy’s poisoning is latest case to stir suspicion of Russia

Was Putin really behind the poisoning of an ageing defector? Or is there another explanation for Sergei Skripal’s poisoning? We look at two alternative scenarios