Britain may impose sanctions against Russia

If proven guilty Russia of involvement in the new poisoning, near Salisbury, Britain is ready to expand sanctions against Russia.

About this informed the head of Ministry of internal Affairs of great Britain, Sajid Javid during a speech in Parliament.

The Minister confirmed that currently, the main hypothesis of the investigation of the incident in Amesbury remains a link that poisoning poisoning Sergei Skripal and Julia.

“If it is proven that the Russian government is responsible for this, of course, we will look at actions which can make,” said Javid.

Also, if the involvement of the Russian Federation to a new poisoning be proven can be summoned Russia’s Ambassador in the UK to talk about.

The widow and friend of Alexander Litvinenko are preparing a lawsuit to the Kremlin’s media

Marina Litvinenko, Alexander Goldfarb is preparing a libel suit to “the First channel” and RT. It will be sent to the Federal court of the United States.The widow of the former employee of FSB Alexander Litvinenko Marina and its friend Alexander Goldfarb is preparing a libel suit to “the First channel” and RT. This is stated in their joint statement, published on Wednesday, June 20, on the crowdfunding portal Gofundme. The lawsuit will be filed in U.S. Federal court.

The authors of the statement accuse both TV networks libel for Goldfarb. According to them, after poisoning Sergei Skripal and his daughter in March 2018 in Salisbury, “the Kremlin media has made several programs about the Litvinenko case”. These transmissions in the murder of former FSB officer accused his friend Goldfarb. However, in the TV programs “was not provided with any evidence and also ignored the findings of the forensic investigation in London”, according to a statement.

The plaintiffs ‘ lawyers have already sent the TV channels of the letter with the requirement to publish a retraction and apologize to Alexander Goldfarb. Preparation and filing of judicial complaints will take several weeks, the authors of the statement.

Granted political asylum in the UK former FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko in 2006, died in London from poisoning with radioactive polonium-210. The investigation of the British side was established that this crime involved the current state Duma Deputy Andrei Lugovoi and businessman Dmitry Kovtun.

The British Minister for “Broksita” resigned

The decision of David Davis to resign associated with the results of the negotiations the members of the British Cabinet of Ministers and Theresa may, insisted on a “soft Brucite”.The Minister of UK leaving EU David Davis has resigned. On Sunday, July 8, reported news Agency Press Association.

“He exchanged with the Prime Minister (Teresa may. – Ed.) several letters on this matter”, – said the Agency interlocutor. The reason this move he called the results of the meeting may with members of her Cabinet on 6 July, during which the Prime Minister was trying to enlist the support of its members in relation to the communication plan of London with the European Union after the “Brickset”.

The negotiations lasted for several hours and took place in country residence of Prime Ministers – Checkers. Following the meeting, may, as it seemed, could convince his opponents in government, including Davis, the appropriateness of “soft Brekzita” and the creation of a free trade area between the UK and the EU.

According to the letter of resignation, Davis accused the Prime Minister that because of its policy of “best case scenario” position of London in negotiations with the EU “Broksita” will be weakened.

Blow to Theresa may

According to British media, the decision of Davis just two days after the talks, “it’s a blow for the Prime Minister” a step, once again exposing the deep contradictions in the ranks of the ruling Conservative party.

Meanwhile, later wrote on Twitter correspondent of The Daily Telegraph’s Christopher hope, after Davis resigned and the parliamentary Deputy Minister on the issues “Brekzita” Steve Baker.

The British called for the country’s withdrawal from the EU in a referendum in June 2016, supporting its 52 percent of the vote. Opposition to British policy, a Pro-European-minded, at the moment require a second referendum, on the grounds that many citizens in 2016 are not aware of all the consequences of their decisions.

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