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The Cube looks at reactions to the first public statement from Yulia Skripal
Yulia Skripal, daughter of poisoned Russian spy Sergei Skripal, speaks to Reuters in London.
Russia's ambassador to the UN cited Lewis Carroll at the UN Security Council and says Russia's western partners are not interested in the truth.
Representatives from both countries traded accusations on the March 4th chemical attack in Salisbury
The UK's national security adviser claims that Russia spied on the Skripals for five years before they were poisoned in Salisbury. Russia calls the allegations a "big surprise".
Two guinea pigs were found dead at the home of Sergei Skripal and a cat had to be put down, British government officials revealed, following the nerve agent attack on the former spy and his daughter, Yulia.
Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia says the substance used in spy poisoning is 'not copyrighted by Russia'
"Russia is by no means positioning itself to back down and in someway to accept responsibility for this, instead it is seeking the highest possible ways to question its responsibility."
The statement appeared after Russian TV reported that Sergei Skripal is also getting better
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has rejected Russia's request to be involved in the inquiry into the nerve agent attack in Britain in March.
Russia's Foreign Minister said the nerve agent attack could benefit both the British special services and the UK government.
Heads of diplomatic missions in Moscow told to expect retaliation.
Russia says the "notorious classified files" prompted foreign governments to expel its diplomats.
Meanwhile, Russia's Ambassador to the EU Vladimir Chizhov appeared to backtrack on previous suggestions that the nerve agent used in the UK attack could have come from a British laboratory.
The UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn condemns the Salisbury nerve agent attack but warns that “rushing” ahead of the evidence in blaming the Russian state could bring a “new cold war”.
Britain had hoped for a different scenario but it's now heading into a major showdown with Russia, a senior official at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) think tank tells Euronews.
The Russian president says he'll discuss the Salisbury spy case once UK authories have dealt with it.
Theresa May convened her National Security Council on Monday and was due to address parliament later in the afternoon to discuss how to respond to the attempted murder of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal.
UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond says Britain will respond "appropriately" if a foreign state is found to have been involved in the suspected poisoning of a former Russian spy.
Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia remain in hospital in a critical but stable condition after they were poisoned with a nerve agent