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Guy Walters Sep 13
The statement by the suspects is glorious. The city was so 'covered in snow' that they couldn't walk 0.7 miles to Salisbury Cathedral, but they could walk over a mile to Christie Miller road, in completely the opposite direction. Poor lambs, they clearly got really lost!
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John Sweeney Sep 12
Q for the Kremlin: if the suspects have different real names to the ones on their passports, why so? Why allow ordinary chaps to go to Britain on false names? Eh, Vlad?
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Neil Clark Sep 13
Stonehenge & are two of Britain’s most famous tourist sites. But of course, if two Russian men come to visit them & are caught on CCTV smiling, they MUST be poisoners. There can be no other explanation.
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George Galloway 24h
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Guy Walters Sep 13
"We went to see famous Salisbury Cathedral and we now give you facts about its height and clock which are in first paragraph of the Wikipedia page, and never mind that walking west down Fisherton Street takes you away from the cathedral which we definitely went to see."
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Mark Galeotti Sep 12
Interesting new tack as Putin says has IDed suspects and they are 'civilians' not intel officers. Fine, so presumably he'd have no problems with Met going to interview them? Unlike extradition, that does not breach Rus constitution.
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Neil Clark Sep 17
Surely after the latest developments in -when another 2 people fall ill & become unconscious after dining in a faux Italian restaurant even the most compliant UK journalists will start to think ‘Something’s not quite right here?’ Or are they paid not to think?
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Neil Clark Sep 15
Fair point but the first trip could have been a quick ´recce’. The problem I have with the ´door knob’ theory is why not drive down at night with false number plates & do it under cover of darkness? If they were agents they must’ve had another reason to come in daytime.
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Julia Davis Sep 13
's state TV is a nonstop laugh-fest, getting their jollies out of making fun of the case - because poisoning Londoners with nerve agents is so hilarious for Kremlin propagandists.
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Alistair Coleman Sep 14
Look who's on RT "There was no evidence they were anywhere near the house and they were on the wrong side of the road"
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Charles Shoebridge Sep 16
Disparagement of suspects continues, as media now claim they 'used prostitutes and drugs' Note how claim is from anonymous 'witnesses' and how, if true, it actually undermines UK media narrative of suspects being professional killers not tourists
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George Galloway Sep 15
They sound more and more like highly disciplined Russian Secret Agents really don’t they...
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RT Sep 13
‘We’re not agents’: UK’s suspects in case talk exclusively with RT’s editor-in-chief LIVE:
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Mark Galeotti Sep 16
's secret services in crisis over fallout from 'botched' attack I find claim interview was 'punishment' implausible: there are better forms of discipline than giving them chance to make country look silly I think this was clumsy spin
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Julian Röpcke Sep 13
They have them! So let the lying begin ...
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Brett Edwards Sep 12
Replying to @bwiedwards
It would be hilarious (and not beyond the realms of possibility) that the 'suspect' that comes forward in the press discussed by Putin today is not one of the pictured attackers from the scene- but one of the guys associated with the allias. Seen stranger things.
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Sputnik Sep 16
BREAKING: poisoning 'suspects' have nothing to do with - Kremlin
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Peter Jukes Sep 16
Great point by ⁦⁩ - the attack was in a town at the heart of Europe's largest military area. This is a message from Putin to any dissident/defect (attention ⁦⁩)... We can get you anywhere.
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Patrick Henningsen Sep 14
There is a deep, double irony embedded in this headline, although I doubt those in western govt and mainstream media will have detected it. Such are the times we live in...
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Eliot Higgins Sep 16
The Russian asks how we got the suspects' ID documents, did we get them through hacking, or did we buy them from someone with access to the FMS database. Thanks for confirming they're genuine, !
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