Theresa May visits Salisbury on anniversary of poisoning of Russian spy Sergei Skripal
The prime minister met the father of the novichok victim Dawn Sturgess, as part of a visit to Salisbury exactly a year after the nerve agent attack, the Guardian can reveal.
Theresa May also spoke to Sturgess’s partner, Charlie Rowley, who was poisoned after finding a fake perfume bottle containing novichok three months after the initial attack on the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal.
That’s Bath, not Salisbury. At least the Russian poisoning suspects could recognise the correct church spire. pic.twitter.com/moXlDioDwk