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The two venues were sealed on Monday 5 March, the day after the poisoning. There are currently no plans to reopen them to the public while experts struggle to collect evidence and make them safe. The source told MailOnline: Deputy Chief Constable Paul Mills says people are being monitored and 46 people have attended hospital with concerns they could have been contaminated but only three — Sergei and Yulia Skripal and Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey — have tested positive.

DS Bailey, who was among the first on the scene after the Skripals were found collapsed, was conscious and in a serious but stable condition. Thirteen days after Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were attacked with a nerve agent in Salisbury, police appear to be no nearer any answers as to how the pair were poisoned.

The suitcase theory is the latest in a long line of apparent guesses which have leaked from the investigation. Andrei Lugovoy, the prime suspect in the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, was the first to offer an opinion, suggesting the pair had come down with a severe bout of food poisoning. The initial theory from police was that the nerve agent, initially unknown, was sprayed directly at the pair on Sunday, March 4.

Both Yulia and Sergei Skripal were found slumped on a park bench in Salisbury, and it was thought it was here where they were poisoned. Police put on protective suits at The Maltings shopping centre, where former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found critically ill 13 days ago. Huge teams of people are combing the area looking for evidence and traces of the nerve agent. Swabs are being bagged up and sent away to nearby Porton Down for forensic testing.

The forensic tent where Sergei Skripal was found critically with his daughter on March 4 pictured today. Initially it was believed they were sprayed with the nerve agent here.

Officers guard The Mill pub pictured today where the pair had a drink before going to Zizzi. One theory was that their drinks were spiked, but this thesis was shortlived. The Zizzi restaurant where father and daughter dined remains shut and behind barriers today. A situation likely to continue for months. The theory changed within hours from the toxin being introduced to the ventilation system to Novichok being smeared on the door handles or through its air vents.

A Russian resident at One Hyde Park has reportedly asked for a nuclear bunker-style air filtration system. Russians living in Britain are bumping up security after the Salisbury poisoning with the super-rich demanding more round the clock bodyguards and people to test their food and water.

Experts claim that clients have been asking for bodyguards and doctors to mind them in case they are attacked. Others are having any food brought in checked for poison and are refusing to drink tap water. Another report suggested they had been exposed to the substance in a shopping centre. By March 8, it was said detectives had moved away from the theory that the nerve agent was sprayed directly at Skripal, a source told MailOnline. They were then instead said to be focusing more on the possibility that poison was added to his food or drink at some point before he collapsed.

This pointed the finger at The Mill pub in Salisbury and the Italian restaurant Zizzi as potential locations as to where they were poisoned. But these theories were short-lived, with witnesses claiming they saw the chef prepare the risotto they shared at the Italian restaurant. The notion their drinks were spiked at The Mill were also quickly debunked, seemingly putting investigators back to square one. Again, this came and went, and nearly troops, including Royal Marines and chemical weapons experts, were drafted in to investigate the attack.

The quaint city had now unexpectedly found itself at the centre of the international incident, as investigators began to suspect the Kremlin of being behind the attempted assassination. On March 10, Amber Rudd came out of the Cobra meeting to say police had obtained pieces of evidence and identified witnesses - suggesting they were no nearer any conclusions.

Police cordon tape surrounds the grave of Alexander Skripal, son of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, in the cemetery in Salisbury. Police, the Army and security services may know how it was administered but could be keeping it quiet so as not to alert the Russians, he says.

But if they do not know it could be a very long and difficult process to find out. Army personnel have been brought in to test every inch of items like cars to see if they can trace the source of the poisoning.

And when asked the most likely plot being discussed he said: Once touched it would take around an hour to make someone ill but the poison would be instant if consumed. The cordon carried on extending a week after the attack, with cars, vans, parking ticket machines and belongings being seized from as far away as eight miles from Salisbury. By this time, Theresa May had blamed Russia for the attack and identified the nerve agent used as the deadly Novichok.

But how the substance came into contact with the Skripals was still up in the air. A day of political mudslinging ensued on March 12 as British-Russian relations plummeted to its lowest point since the Cold War.

Another day of tit-for-tat rhetoric was thrown around the Westminster and Moscow before a theory entered from left-field - Yulia Skripal was the real target.

A missing 40 minutes, from 1pm and 1. Between the restaurant and a park bench where they were found, there was a possible CCTV sighting on Market Walk at 3. Scotland Yard Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said they remained in a critical condition in hospital, days after they were found slumped on the bench in the Wiltshire city at 4.

The armed forces and emergency services swooped on Alderholt in Dorset this morning. The armed forces closed off a road in the area where Wiltshire Police Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey - who was taken to hospital following the nerve agent attack - is believed to live.

And as the investigation knocks on the door of its second week and the suitcase has become the latest theory , the public are no clearer as to how the Skripals were poisoned. The cordon following the Salisbury nerve agent attack yesterday spread to the street of the police officer who responded to the attack amid fears he took traces of it home.

The armed forces and emergency services swooped on the Dorset village of Alderholt this morning - closing off a road where Wiltshire Police Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey, who was taken to hospital following the nerve agent attack, lives. One police source told MailOnline: The attack highlights the depth of the breakdown in relations between Moscow and London over the Salisbury nerve agent scandal as the Kremlin prepares its tit-for-tat expulsion of British diplomats.

We have responded to that. Frankly Russia should go away and should shut up. Downing Street also confirmed she met privately with DS Bailey during her trip to the hospital. The two officers were first to respond to the emergency call. Thank you - what you did was what police do day in and day out.

You did a great job. An ambulance and fire engine in Alderholt, Dorset, this morning as the investigation widens. Theresa May cast off her stuffy image on a visit to Salisbury yesterday by fist bumping a member of the public who had flocked to see her.

The Prime Minister was famously dubbed the Maybot during the General Election campaign because of her robotic style. But she adopted an altogether more relaxed approach while visiting the scene of the Russian spy poison plot. Members of the crowd greeted her with bunches of flowers, while she strolled up to one young member of the crowd and fist bumped them. Theresa May pictured yesterday cast off her stuffy image on a visit to Salisbury by fist bumping a member of the public who had flocked to see her.

It came as she visited the Cathedral city where Russian former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with the deadly nerve agent Novichok.

And Vote leave activist Darren Grimes wrote: Theresa May fist bumps members of the public now. The Prime Minister was accompanied by police officers and the local MP John Glen as she visited Salisbury for the first time since the atrocity.

A paramedic who was among the first to respond to Sergei Skripal and his daughter told the Prime Minister they had initially treated the pair for drugs. The man, named Ian, said he had been in the first ambulance service response car on the scene. Mrs May asked him: Salisbury MP John Glen interjected to say he had heard initial reports the incident was drug-related.

To which the paramedic replied: Thank you, what you did was what police do day in and day out. Asked about their colleague Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey, who remains in hospital after suffering exposure to the nerve agent, Pc Collins said: We must let the police do their job. Asked if she could guarantee the public were safe, she said: Mrs May smiles at a boy as she holds a bunch of flowers while meeting the people of Salisbury.

Mrs May waves at people as she leaves the Guildhall in Salisbury following her visit to the city. Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at the scene of the poison plot in Salisbury. Environment Secretary Michael Gove chaired a cross-governmental ministerial recovery group looking at support to provide the people of Salisbury after the plot. Earlier, Mrs May told reporters in Salisbury: Mrs May stands outside cordoned-off pub The Mill during her visit to Salisbury.

Mr Pritchard talks about the scene to Mrs May in Salisbury as she views the local area. The investigation has led to a series of locations around Salisbury being cordoned off.

A police officer works with his sniffer dog in Salisbury following the poison plot. A police officer stands outside The Mill pub in Salisbury as the investigation continues. Police stand next to a tent over a bench where Sergei and Yulia Skripal were found. A Zizzi restaurant in Salisbury city centre has been cordoned off by police as they investigate. Theresa May has announced a fleet of tough measures against Russia in the wake of the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

This is the biggest expulsion of diplomats since when Ted Heath kicked 90 Soviet staff out after the UK uncovered a large Communist spy ring. All high-level contacts with Russia will also be suspended in protest. Theresa May also signaled that Russian oligarchs wanting to come into the UK and live the high life in London will face tough new checks and sanctions.

The Government will now back amendments to bring in a Magnitsky Law into the UK - which imposes sanctions on Russians found to be linked to corruption or human rights abuses. While checks on Russian nationals coming to the UK will be stepped up. This will include increased checks on private flights and extra customs checks.

Mrs May suggested there will be covert action that would not be announced - an apparent hint at cyber attacks. But this is unlikely to ever be confirmed by the Government officially. A Downing Street spokesman said: Some 23 Russian diplomats identified as undeclared intelligence officers have been given a week to leave the UK, in the largest mass expulsion since 31 were ordered out in following the defection of double agent Oleg Gordievsky.

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