We have been hearing a lot in the news over the past few days about the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter on British soil. The british government have tried, convicted the russians of the poisoning and have demanded answers. Has guilt been proved? Where is the actual evidance? And what or how exactly can the British government retaliate? In my oppinion, there is no evidance that the Russians did in fact poison Mr Skripal and his daughter. In fact i would have thought the Russians would have had a much easier time poisoning the man while he was in prison in Russia. A heart attack could have been arranged and no one would have known any different. As for the British government demanding answers, the government can demand nothing. Anything they do will be resiprocated by the Russians. We could of course, not allow the england football team to play. What a loss that would be ( especially given how crap the football team is). It might be a blessing in disguise. It seems a bit hypacritical to me that both the British and American governents are making to much noise and accusing the Russians of doing so much, when both of those governments employed the man to spy for them. Maybe it is a case that he who shouts loudest, is in fact the the guilty one. What does everyone else think?