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UK authorities would be foolish not to investigate connections with Russia in the investigation of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, The Henry Jackson Society has said.
Skripal and a women believed to be his daughter are in a critical condition in hospital. It is thought they may have been poisoned whilst visiting a shopping centre in Wiltshire. Some are suspicious that Russia may be involved in the attack, however this has not been confirmed.
Dr Andrew Foxall, the director of the Russia Studies Centre at The Henry Jackson Society think tank, told Mike Graham and Katie Perrior: “At the moment the incident in Salisbury with Sergei Skripal, we simply don’t know enough at the moment.
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