Investigators believe nerve agent Novichok was smeared on door handle of former spy’s Salisbury home no more than 24 hours before he was taken ill

The British investigation into the nerve agent attack in Salisbury believes the poison was smeared on to the door of the victims’ house no more than 24 hours before they collapsed.

Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorism command and the security services are running the inquiry into the 4 March attack on the former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter Yulia with military grade nerve agent associated with Moscow.

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