With few exceptions, EU officials are putting up a united front in reaction to the Russian election and to the attempted murder of former spy Sergei Skripal in the British city of Salisbury. Meanwhile, Moscow continues to deny any involvement.
Things are looking grim with regard to a Brexit deal and the Leave campaign's funding is under scrutiny. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson's pants are on fire and a Brexit commemorative coin is in the works.
Bill Browder has spent nine years campaigning to punish Russian officials responsible for killing his friend Sergei Magnitsky. He hopes Moscow's increased aggression will convince Europe it's time to act.
Transport Minister Jo Johnson has said Britain stands on the brink of the greatest crisis since World War II. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Theresa May has underscored her opposition to a second referendum.
The new foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, is as historically challenged as his predecessor: Boris Johnson. Britain's emissaries play the victims in Salzburg. And Prime Minister Theresa May is still making demands.
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