'Moscow denying it, London not buying it'
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Ex-Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov on UK-Russian relations

Rogue agents and terrorists could have got hold the nerve agent that poisoned a former Russian spy in Salisbury, says a former Kremlin adviser.

In a personal film for This Week, Alexander Nekrassov said it was naive to say only Russia had access to the Novichok, as he looked at how the UK PM had "allowed herself to be dragged in to the media's anti-Russian frenzy".

  • 16 Mar 2018
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