A third suspect linked to the Salisbury poisoning has been named by an investigative website as Denis Sergeev, a high-ranking Russian military intelligence officer.
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.
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.
A series of posters have appeared across London in "celebration" of a "Brexit collaboration" between Russia and the UK.
A church in the city of Salisbury - which is still reeling from the Novichok poisoning - is promoting a concert entitled From Russia With Love.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has denounced ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal as a “traitor” and “scum”.
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.
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.
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
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.
Politicians appearing on a Kremlin-backed broadcaster risk being used as “propaganda tools”, the Prime Minister has told the House of Commons.
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.
US President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian PM Justin Trudeau issued a joint statement with Mrs May.
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”.
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
Police and prosecutors said there is sufficient evidence to charge Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov with conspiring to murder Sergei and Yulia Skripal
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
Yulia Skripal has given a statement to the press and says she hopes to return to Russia 'in the longer term' following the poising of her and her father Sergei
Sergei Lavrov also alleges stockpile of chemicals produced in Germany and England
New cross-party Russia Co-ordination Group held its first meeting on Wednesday (April 18)
China one of just three members of UN Security Council to vote for resolution condemning the strikes
New boss of intelligence agency gives first speech in Manchester