The 'quintessentially English' home of a Russian spy

The 'quintessentially English' home of a Russian spy
 

It is a city known mostly for its cathedral and proximity to Stonehenge. But as it finds itself at the centre of a modern-day mystery, what do the residents of Salisbury make of its new-found fame?
Quiet. Normal. Quintessentially English.
Words like these make medieval Salisbury seem an unlikely home for a former Russian spy.
And yet, on Sunday this small city in Wiltshire found itself the topic of global conversation when current resident Sergei Skripal became ill near the main shopping centre.
It would probably not have been newsworthy in itself, except it transpired he was once a... read more

 
6 March 2018 in Regional, Views: 43
Source: BBC
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