The Wiltshire home of a former Russian spy is to be dismantled in the wake of the Novichok attack as decontamination work continues.
The decontamination of Sergei Skripal's home in Salisbury is underway. It's to make Salisbury and Amesbury safe for residents and visitors.
The news comes as an inquest is due to open for Dawn Sturgess, who died days after apparently coming into contact with Novichok.
Skripal delivered a statement in Russian before providing further written comments in both Russian and English.
CCTV footage shows Sergei Skripal days before he was exposed to a mystery substance that has left him fighting for his life.