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World Cup 2018 10:40 - Mar 13 with 388 viewsLeadbelly

Two Russians living in Salisbury have been attacked using a Russian made nerve agent. This has also affected a police officer and could have had far more serious consequences.

The British Government has accused Russia of carrying out this attack on British soil. Although the Russian Government denies involvement it is difficult to believe any other state is to blame.

Assuming Russia is unable to provide a credible evidence that they were not involved should the England football team boycott the World Cup this summer? Or should the competition be boycotted anyway? Or will this all be swept under the carpet and no action taken against the Putin regime (again)?

Poll: Safe standing at football; yes, know or don't know?


World Cup 2018 on 14:30 - Mar 13 with 371 viewsthrillseeker

The England team should NOT boycott the World Cup or be told to withdraw by the Government

Why should Russia provide credible evidence that they were not involved? Surely we should provide conclusive evidence they were.

Who is to say this may have been an attack not authorised by Russia or even done by adversaries to make it look like a Russian attack?

I suspect Russian involvement but lets see the clear evidence
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