Staff at Salisbury District hospital have been talking about how they faced the unknown when a former Russian double agent and his daughter were attacked with a lethal nerve agent.
The nerve agent type used to poison an ex-Russian spy in Britain was produced last year in the Czech Republic, it’s been claimed.
The attack prompted the biggest Western expulsion of Russian diplomats since the Cold War
Russian former double-agent Skripal is said to be "improving rapidly" from the nerve agent attack.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has been asking other nations to match her decision to expel Russians over the attack
Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey said “normal life for me will probably never be the same.”
Russia is defiant as the 23 of its diplomats expelled by the UK arrive back in Moscow. The Ambassador even suggests the UK may be in breach of its international obligations.
Some 23 Russians and their families departed the Russian embassy in London on Tuesday. They were expelled after the UK blamed Moscow for the nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia
Police have recovered a car near Salisbury in the UK. The vehicle is thought to have been used to collect poisoning victim Sergei Skripal's daughter Yulia from the airport on 3 March.
The British foreign secretary’s comments follow the UK government's earlier conclusion that Russia is to blame for the nerve agent attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal.
More proof is needed according to the Russian Ambassador to the UN
The UK prime minister outlines a series of steps after Moscow missed a deadline to explain how a Russian nerve agent was used on British soil against ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
The Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the British govenrment had refused to provide Moscow access to materials related to the poison attack in Salisbury
European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis has reassured Britain of EU support.