Britain's claim Putin ordered ex-spy poisoning 'unforgiveable': Kremlin
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Friday said statements by British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tying Russian President Vladimir Putin to the attack on an ex-double agent were "shocking and unforgiveable".
Russian media accuses May of 'poisoning' ties
Russian media on Thursday accused British Prime Minister Theresa May of having "poisoned" relations with Moscow by announcing the expulsion of diplomats in response to the poisoning of a former double agent with a nerve agent.
British government, Lagos drum support for girl-child empowerment
The British Deputy High Commissioner in Lagos, Laure Beaufils, has expressed the commitment of the British government to help address the numerous challenges confronting the girl child in Nigeria and empower them to achieve their goals. This was revealed during the formal launch of “Educating Nigerian Girls In New Enterprises (Engine II),” on Tuesday, where…
Britain expels Russian diplomats over spy poisoning
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday expelled 23 diplomats and suspended high-level contacts with Russia including for the World Cup, saying her government found Moscow "culpable" of the nerve agent poisoning of a former spy. May said she would be pushing for a "robust international response" when the UN Security Council meets later Wednesday…
Britain to expel 23 Russian diplomats over spy poisoning: May
Britain will expel 23 Russian diplomats over the nerve agent attack on a former double agent in England, Prime Minister Theresa May told lawmakers on Wednesday.
Kremlin rejects 'unfounded accusations', ultimatums over poisoning row
President Vladimir Putin's spokesman on Wednesday rejected Britain's "unfounded accusations" and "ultimatums" over the poisoning of a former double agent in Britain.
Time to turn Brexit speeches into treaties, Juncker tells May
Britain must "translate speeches into treaties" and come up with a detailed plan for its post-Brexit ties with the EU, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Tuesday.
UK plans to transfer Nigerian prisoners to Kirikiri
Britain will build a new wing at Kirikiri Prison in the Nigerian city of Lagos so that it can transfer Nigerian prisoners there, the government in London has announced. The new 112-bed wing, which will cost 700,000 pounds ($973,000) and be compliant with United Nations standards, will make it easier for Britain to comply with…
UK races to find source of nerve agent in ex-Russian spy attack
British detectives on Thursday scrambled to find the source of the nerve agent used in the "brazen and reckless" attempted murder of a Russian former double-agent and his daughter.