• Reuters


Britain’s media regulator said Russia Today could lose its license to broadcast in the U.K. if Prime Minister Theresa May’s government determines that Moscow was behind a chemical attack on a former Russian double agent in England this month.

As the crisis in relations between London and Moscow escalated over the nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, a Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman warned that not a single British media outlet would work in Russia if its state-owned network was banned in Britain.

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