Yulia Skripal, the daughter of ex-spy Sergei Skripal, is improving rapidly and no longer in a critical condition, says the hospital treating her. She and her father were admitted nearly four weeks ago after being exposed to a nerve agent in Salisbury. However Mr Skripal remains in a critical but stable condition. The British government has accused the Russian state of involvement in the attack - a claim Moscow has denied. Prime Minister Theresa May said the chemical used had been identified as being part of a group of nerve agents developed by Russia known as Novichok.
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