Salisbury poisonings: Salmond accused of ‘spinning Russian propaganda’

Alex Salmond has been accused of being an apologist for Vladimir Putin’s Russian regime after he refused to say whether Moscow was to blame for the Salisbury poisonings in 2018. The former Scottish first minister was asked three times during a BBC Scotland interview whether Russia was behind the novichok poisoning attacks on Sergei and Yulia Skripal, and each time refused to give a yes or no answer.

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