Mail On Sunday (11 March 2018)

Was Russian spy poisoned by flowers? Chemical experts examine bouquet left by the double agent at his wife's grave

A bouquet of fresh flowers laid by former Russian spy Sergei Skripal at his wife’s grave has become a primary focus of the forensic inquiry into his poisoning, according to a source close to the inquiry.

Mr Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, visited the cemetery where his wife Liudmila is buried just hours before they collapsed in Salisbury city centre last Sunday.

It is believed the flowers may have been contaminated with the ‘rare’ nerve agent – yet to be publicly identified – that has left the pair fighting for life.

Mail On Sunday (24 March 2018)

Council leader faces calls to quit after working in her £300-a-day role as a peer despite claiming she was 'too ill' to visit Salisbury residents after poison plot

The leader of Wiltshire Council faced calls to quit last night after it emerged she has been working in her £300-a-day role as a peer despite claiming she was 'too ill' to visit worried Salisbury residents following the nerve agent attack.

Jane Scott did not visit the stricken cathedral city until Friday – 19 days after the attack on March 4.

Mail Online (28 February 2018)

Fake homeless are earning £150 a day': Vigilante photographing 'professional beggars' hits back to say it's a turf war on UK's streets - and those in genuine need are suffering

After nearly three decades of artistic and commercial triumph, the reputation of film producer Harvey Weinstein lies in ruins – mired in sleazy claims that at least eight women have been paid hush money to silence their accounts of his sexual harassment. And today another of Weinstein’s alleged victims, British producer Zelda Perkins – a former Weinstein employee who bravely confronted the mogul about his treatment of women – breaks a 20-year silence...

Mail On Sunday (8 October 2017)

Lawyers who keep Hollywood abuse secret are to blame, says Weinstein's British producer 'victim', 44, as pressure mounts on A-list stars to denounce 'sex pest' producer

Businessman Ashley Sims is at war with what he calls 'fake homeless' in Torquay He has been taking photographs of what he claims are professional beggars on the English Riviera.

The vigilante calls it a turf war where aggressive professional beggars are pushing out those in genuine need. He wants to rid Britain's streets of those people he says are raking in £150 a day.

Mail On Sunday (18 June 2017)

Decision of death: Hero firefighter reveals his harrowing account of the Grenfell inferno as he faced agonising choice whether to save a mother and daughter on the 10th floor or a family on the 14th

The apocalyptic scenes confronting firefighters inside Grenfell Tower are today revealed in detail for the first time by a rescuer who twice fought his way inside the burning building.

Jon Wharnsby recalls the agony of choosing between a terrified mother and daughter screaming on a tenth-floor stairway ...

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