Novichok victim Charlie Rowley has said he “didn’t really get any answers” after meeting with Russia’s ambassador in London to question him about the death of his partner Dawn Sturgess.
Theresa May praised the “tremendous spirit and resolve” shown by the people of Salisbury a year on from the nerve agent attack in the city.
Downing Street has blamed “human error” for a social media post about Theresa May’s visit to Salisbury being illustrated by a picture of Bath.
The Novichok poisoning has tested officers to their limits and is the most complex and demanding case in the history of Wiltshire Police, the force’s chief constable has said.
Former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with a nerve agent in Salisbury in March last year.
Intelligence services investigated “increased” and “unusual” activity at the Russian embassy in London in the days before and after the Novichok poisoning, the Press Association understands.
Visitors to Salisbury halved in the wake of the Novichok attack but the city’s economy is gradually beginning to recover.
Salisbury is ready to move on from the Novichok poisoning but residents are frustrated the perpetrators have not yet been brought to justice, it is claimed.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has set aside £11 million to spend on improving the UK’s response to chemical attacks, the Ministry of Defence said.
Novichok victim Charlie Rowley has appealed for justice to be served almost a year after he and his partner were caught up in the Salisbury nerve agent attacks.
Police have repeated pleas for information over the Novichok poisoning as Salisbury was declared decontaminated of the nerve agent.