Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown backs PM on measure against Russia and calls for investigation of all related suspicious deaths

14th March 2018

Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown backs the PM on her response to the Salisbury nerve agent attack and calls for a police reinvestigation into all suspicious deaths and if the Russian Government is implicated in any of them calls on the PM to take further tough measures. 

I also commend my right hon. Friend on the package of measures she has taken today against this outrageous and illegal act on British soil. May I ask that all suspicious deaths be thoroughly investigated by the police, and that if the Russian Government are implicated in any of them, she stands by to take further tough measures against that state?

My hon. Friend raises an important issue, and this question has been raised before. Of course the reinvestigation of any deaths is a matter for the police; it is for them to consider what action to take. At present their focus is clearly on this investigation, but I am sure they will look at that matter in due course.

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