The long-awaited report concluded that the government “took its eye off the ball” and failed to respond to Moscow’s threat.
James Brokenshire has condemned Russia’s suspected attempt to hack data from scientists seeking to develop a coronavirus vaccine.
Russia has confirmed that it will appeal against its four-year ban on participating in major sporting events, imposed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
Russia has been banned from all major sporting events for the next four years in sanctions imposed by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
The way the details a potential trade deal with the US were leaked online "closely resembled” Russian dissemination, a report has found.
The Prime Minister is to speak with the Russian president today in the first formal meeting between the pair since the Novichok attacks.
Theresa May is to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin when the two leaders attend the G20 summit in Osaka, Downing Street has said.
A professor of animal behaviour has said that the beluga whale spotted off the coast of Norway was a “Russian escapee whale” looking for food.
Marine scientists in Norway have suggested that a whale spotted off the coast of the country could be being used by the Russian navy.
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.
Nigel Farage has suggested that there was “Russian collusion” among the 3,153,000 people who have signed the “Revoke Article 50” petition.
Kremlin-backed broadcaster RT breached impartiality rules with several programmes which aired in the UK after the Skripal poisoning, watchdog Ofcom has said.
Reports that Foreign Office money was used in a "smear campaign against Jeremy Corbyn" have been categorically denied by a minister.
Michael Cohen, US President Donald Trump’s former lawyer, has appeared before a federal judge to plead guilty to lying to Congress about work he did on an aborted project to build a Trump Tower in Russia.
An MP has claimed that Facebook knew about a possible cyber attack on the platform linked to Russia years before they were made public.
The head of Russian military intelligence, which has been accused in connection with the Salisbury Novichok attack, has died, the Kremlin has announced.
A series of Russia-themed Brexit posters that appeared across London today have been "flyposted illegally", outdoor advertising company Clear Channel have said.
A series of posters have appeared across London in "celebration" of a "Brexit collaboration" between Russia and the UK.
The author of a new report which claims there are 75,000 Russian informants in London has claimed the capital city is a "key battleground" for the Kremlin.
The window of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko says a public inquiry into the Skripal poisonings should be held
The European Union has awarded its human rights prize to a Ukrainian filmmaker imprisoned in Russia for terrorism charges.
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.
Two astronauts from the US and Russia have made an emergency landing after a booster rocket carrying them to the International Space Station failed after launch.
Sir Andrew Wood, the former British Ambassador to Russia has said that Russian leader Vladimir Putin is on “a search for past glory” following the attempted assassination of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal.
The Kremlin has been targeting British teenagers as part of a covert campaign to cause hostility among young Britons, The Times has revealed.
A church in the city of Salisbury - which is still reeling from the Novichok poisoning - is promoting a concert entitled From Russia With Love.
US authorities have charged seven Russian military intelligence officers for hacking the organisation investigating the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal and anti-doping agencies.
A former British ambassador to Russia has claimed cyber attacks believed to have been carried out by GRU, the Russian military intelligence service, were born out of Putin's "paranoia".
Russian President Vladimir Putin has denounced ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal as a “traitor” and “scum”.
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”.
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.
RAF Typhoon fighter aircraft were scrambled to monitor two Russian planes approaching UK airspace, the Ministry of Defence has said.
The aircraft was down over Syria where all 15 people onboard reportedly died.
Former British Ambassador Craig Murray has said that the Novichok suspects’ explanations for being in Salisbury could be true.
Dan Wootton and former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov have a heated discussion about the interview the Novichok poisoning suspects gave to Russia Today
Downing Street has accused Russia of “lies and blatant fabrications” in the television interview with the two suspects in the Salisbury poisoning.
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
A member of the Russian protest group Pussy Riot has been taken to hospital for what could be a possible poisoning, reports say
Moscow and Beijing plan to conduct regular joint war games similar to those being held this week, Russia’s defence minister said.
Security minister Ben Wallace has admitted that airport baggage checks “weren’t probably as good as they might be” and contributed to two Russian nationals being able to bring Novichok into the UK.
Lizzie Cundy has said that Russian President Vladimir Putin had “a strange face” and looked like he had “a hair transplant" when she met the Russian leader.
Russian president Vladimir Putin said the two men suspected of poisoning former spy Sergei Skripal have been identified and are not 'criminals'
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s former bodyguard and Chief of the National Guard has challenged opposition leader Alexei Navalny to a duel.
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”.
The US warned the world should be “chilled to the bone” by the conclusion of the investigations into the Salisbury attack, which identified two Russian nationals as suspects in the Novichok attack.
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.
The Labour Party has demanded a US-style investigation involving the security services should examine Russian interference in the 2016 EU referendum.
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.