Russia's ambassador to the UN says the British have samples of nerve agents at Porton Down. Phillips Payson O'Brien, Professor of Strategic Studies, St Andrews University analyses Moscow's strategy with Brent Goff on The Day.
UK police reportedly believe they know who carried out a nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter. It comes as police investigate the death of a woman after she came into contact with a similar nerve agent.
Moscow was sorry to hear a nerve agent had killed a woman, and was "deeply concerned" about such toxins' presence in the UK, said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. But he described the case as a "British problem."
Charlie Rowley is on the mend three weeks after touching a bottle of nerve agent reportedly disguised as perfume. Investigators are reportedly closing in on suspects.
Tests have revealed how the victims of the UK nerve agent poisoning came into contact with the substance. Further tests are needed to see if it is the same batch that was used against Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
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