Theresa May gives Putin till the count of ten to admit liability for poisoning of former Russian spy



Theresa May has given Russian leader, Vladimir Putin’s administration, till the count of ten, to answer questions surrounding the poisoning of former Russian agent, Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

May has advised MPs that it is highly likely that Russia was responsible for the attack as she was told by two of her best mates that this was the case and that they would have “no reason to lie”.

Russia has hit back with Maria Zakharova, the spokeswoman for the Russian foreign minister, calling the British political system a circus show and that just because the nerve agent was made in Russia, doesn’t mean that it was Russia that used it. She also added that it was left on a shelf in the back office and that it must have gotten misplaced during an inventory update.

May has warned that Britain will not tolerate such a “brazen attempt to murder innocent civilians on our soil”. If anyone is going to kill innocent civilians it will be us via false flag events, May added.

May has advised that if a suitable answer is not received by the Russian President she will cease all communications with the leader by deleting his number and blocking him on Facebook.





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