Decontamination begins at sites linked to nerve agent attack as life starts getting back to normal

Kelvin Inglis, the rector of St Thomas’s in Salisbury, was beaming. Some 350 people had just packed into the ancient city centre church for the Easter Sunday morning service and young and old were now milling around cheerfully tucking into chunks of a giant chocolate egg handcrafted by the head verger.

“I believe Salisbury is starting to get back to normal,” said Inglis. “I don’t think most people are frightened of what happened. People are carrying on with life.

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