Russian Federation should go away, shut up, - UK Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson

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He said: "Well, let's face it, relations ain't good are they?"

On Wednesday Theresa May announced the United Kingdom was expelling 23 Russian fake "diplomats" and taking other steps including a World Cup boycott by British officials and royals. He also noted that Russian Federation had received no requests from Britain on the substance allegedly used during the Salisbury incident.

"We have responded to that".

Hitting back at Russian Federation over the "brazen" nerve agent attack on a former spy in the UK, Britain's defence secretary Gavin Williamson said today that Russian Federation should shut up and go away.

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Theresa May, Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump said that the first offensive use of a nerve agent on European soil since the Second World War "threatens the security of us all".

'It's often described as a cool war we're entering into, I would say it's feeling exceptionally, exceptionally chilly at the moment'.

He added: "Frankly Russia should go away, it should shut up".

What we will do, we will look at how Russian Federation responds to what we have done.

"There were state-based threats, but they were not as obvious as they are now", Mr Williamson said.

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Mr Williamson accused Vladimir Putin's government of "ripping up the global rulebook", as he announced a £48million boost for the UK's chief chemical weapons facility.

He said: "After a long period of relative peace, threats are increasing again". A crossroads where the choice before us as a nation is simple. A Britain ready to reassert its right to do global good in a unsafe and unpredictable world.

In a keynote speech at the Filton, near Bristol, home of Rolls Royce, Williamson also said British troops are to be offered anthrax vaccine to ensure Britain's armed forces are provided with vital protection against any deadly danger. But as we have seen increasingly clearly over the last few years, the reality of that is rapidly changing.

Earlier, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said that Williamson's outburst showed that British authorities were nervous and had "something to hide". "Partners are getting nervous".

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