Salisbury, the city where a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned in a nerve agent attack has been named the best place to live in the UK.
The home of former spy Sergei Skripal is to be declared decontaminated of Novichok after 13,000 hours of cleaning.
A huge Russian flag was draped over scaffolding at Salisbury Cathedral on Sunday, nearly a year on from the Novichok attack in the city.
Salisbury's former mayor has said she is "saddened" by the news that a board game based on the Novichok poisonings is now on sale.
Kremlin-backed broadcaster RT breached impartiality rules with several programmes which aired in the UK after the Skripal poisoning, watchdog Ofcom has said.
City officials are hoping a new advertising campaign will boost tourism in the area following a dip in the wake of the nerve agent poisonings.
The head of Russian military intelligence, which has been accused in connection with the Salisbury Novichok attack, has died, the Kremlin has announced.
The Salisbury Novichok attack was done by Russia because it believed Britain was “weak and isolated” after the EU referendum, a former MI6 chief has said.
Mike Neville, Managing Director of the Super Recogniser Unit, has said that Bellingcat, the organisation responsible for revealing the supposed identity of one of the Salisbury suspects, did “a great job”.
After claiming to have uncovered the true identity of one of the Salisbury Novichok suspects, we take a closer look at the website Bellingcat, as well as its previous investigations.
A professor from the Centre for Security and Intelligence Services has said trade has "died" in Salisbury since the Novichok poisonings.
An online investigations group has published what it says is the real identity of one of the prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
The two men suspected of poisoning an ex-Russian spy in Salisbury were briefly detained in the Netherlands earlier this year, an investigative group has claimed.
A no-deal Brexit will make it harder for police to protect UK citizens as forces fall back on “slower, more bureaucratic” systems, one of the country’s most senior officers has warned.
Former British Ambassador Craig Murray has said that the Novichok suspects’ explanations for being in Salisbury could be true.
A man in his 40s and a woman in her 30s were taken ill in the city on Sunday.
Dan Wootton and former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov have a heated discussion about the interview the Novichok poisoning suspects gave to Russia Today
Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov said they did not have novichok in their suitcase, and said their visit to Salisbury was to see the cathedral and Stonehenge
Russian president Vladimir Putin said the two men suspected of poisoning former spy Sergei Skripal have been identified and are not 'criminals'
Counter-terrorism officers believe the house is where Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned.
Russia is an irresponsible “disruptor” on the world stage which often has only a “negative agenda”, the UK’s representative to the United Nations has said.
Sir Andrew Wood, a former British ambassador to Russia has said that it is not possible to know whether President Vladimir Putin “personally ordered, rather than gave a general authorisation” but “there is no doubt that he is overall responsible”.
US President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian PM Justin Trudeau issued a joint statement with Mrs May.
The House of Commons should get rid of plans to debate the Salisbury Novichok attack now two men have been identified as suspects, a Labour MP warned.
Tom Tugendhat, the chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee has said that the UK needs to “hit Putin where it hurts” and that the Salisbury attack “is a threat to the world order”, despite Theresa May not explicitly implicating the Kremlin for the attack.
Chris Phillips has said that “countries around the world will come together” but that “forcing Russia to expel the people back to the UK is not going to happen”.
British and Russian officials will come face-to-face as the UN Security Council discusses the Salisbury Novichok attack hours after Prime Minister Theresa May said GRU agents were behind the deadly poisoning.
Former Kremlin advisor Alexander Nekrassov has claimed that the two Novichok suspects could be “rogue agents or could be working for some very influential rich person”, despite Theresa May telling MPs the investigation concluded the two suspects are members of the GRU, Russia's military intelligence service.
The suspects in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal were named as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov. Theresa May detailed the charges against them in a speech to the House of Commons
Dawn Sturgess her partner Charlie Rowley fell ill at his home in Amesbury.
The government is reportedly ready to request the extradition of two suspects they believe carried out the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal
Dawn Sturgess, who died after being poisoned by novichok, will be cremated at a funeral with extra safety measures in place
Charlie Rowley is still in hospital but was able to have a brief conversation with police investigating the poisoning of him and his partner
Dawn Sturgess has died after falling ill last week after touching an item thought to be contaminated with the nerve agent
Police said they could not rule out more people falling ill as a result of contact with the nerve agent apparently left over from the attempted murder of Sergei and Yulia Skripal.
The pair, named locally as mother Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley, were taken ill on Saturday in Amesbury, around eight miles from where the Skripals were poisoned with Novichok in Salisbury.