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Theresa May Prime Minister with John Glen MP visiting shops in Salisbury affected by the Russian spy poisoning incident

Theresa May delivers speech focusing on 'Salisbury spy attack'

The PM's addressed the Tory Spring conference, beginning with a response to Russia's decision to kick-out 23 British diplomats in the wake of the poison attack on Sergei Skripal

Snow falling in Salisbury March 17 2018

Snow falls again on Hampshire & Wiltshire

The worst of the snow is set to arrive Saturday night so be properly prepared! Gritters were sent out on Friday night (16th March) ahead of 'winter weekend flurry'.

Market Square new (Spencer Mulholland)

Public Health England in Salisbury

They'll be offering the very latest advice to those concerned after the nerve agent attack.

Alastair Cunningham Director at Wiltshire Council speaking about Police cordons in wake of Russian spy poisoining in Salisbury

Salisbury cordons could last 'weeks or months' in wake of Russian spy case

Alistair Cunningham, Director at Wiltshire Council has been speaking about the economic impact of the poison attack on ex-MI6 double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

Free Park & Ride in Salisbury until Easter

It's one of a number of measures being adopted to help businesses in the aftermath of the 'nerve agent' attack. The bus will be free if you get on & off at the P&R sites.

Trio sentenced for 'mutiny' at Wiltshire prison

These three men were key players in a 'large disorder' at HMP Erlestoke that caused £850,000 worth of damage.

International visitors told 'Come to Salisbury' as 'nerve agent' investigation continues

Foreign travellers also told "Business as usual for tourism" in Salisbury and surrounding areas even in the wake of a poison attack on ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal.

Prince Harry's been back to Middle Wallop

HRH has handed out Wings to helicopter training graduates at the Museum of Army Flying.

PM: Would be happy to 'holiday, shop, & live' in Salisbury

Theresa May tells Spire FM: "Salisbury has great spirit... great resilience..." as the British Premier visits in the wake of the Russian spy attack in the city 11 days ago.

Tax help for Salisbury shops affected by 'Russian spy' cordons

'Taxman' throws lifeline to businesses in Salisbury who're currently closed, or experiencing cash-flow problems, due to reduced footfall.

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