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‘Get me back’ pleads Briton jailed in Dubai in prison recording

Andrew Neal, 44, who is accused of selling drugs but denies the allegation, made the appeal in an audio recording from prison that Sky News obtained through an intermediary

Third suspect in Salisbury poisoning ‘identified as Russian intelligence officer’

Bellingcat said Mr Sergeev, 45, is a senior member of Russia's GRU agency who uses the alias Sergey Fedatov

Father of ex-British soldier Andrew Neal detained in Dubai speaks of...

Andrew Neal, 44, a married father-of-two who served in Iraq, Afghanistan and Bosnia, has been held in Dubai for more than four months after being accused of selling drugs, a charge he denies, according to a legal advocacy group

Former British soldier Andrew Neal ‘accused of selling drugs in Dubai’

Andrew Neal, 44, a married father-of-two who served in Iraq, Afghanistan and Bosnia, has been held in Dubai for more than four months after being accused of selling drugs, a charge he denies, according to the legal advocacy group

Call for law to curb ‘creeping influence’ from hostile foreign powers

Conservative MP Bob Seely told Sky News he is campaigning for the new law to end what he described as an "unhealthy, creeping influence" from hostile foreign powers

EU and US work on new Russia sanctions in response to...

Brussels and Washington are understood to be co-ordinating their action to strengthen the effect on President Vladimir Putin's regime, according to European sources

Matthew Hedges: British academic freed from UAE concerned for detained UK...

The dual British-Sudanese national may have appeared in court today, but it was not possible to get immediate confirmation from the UAE authorities

Possible third Salisbury suspect ‘flew back to Russia days after poisoning’

Bellingcat said Sergey Fedotov - who the website claims is a Russian military intelligence officer using a false name - was due to travel back to Russia on the same London flight as two other GRU officers who Britain identified as prime suspects in the attempted assassination

British journalist John Cantlie is still alive and hostage of Islamic...

Security minister Ben Wallace made the claim during a briefing with foreign journalists in London that emerged on Tuesday but he gave no further details

No-deal war games as MoD names Brexit its ‘highest priority’

Sky News understands a number of no-deal war games will be held by the armed forces in the coming days, culminating in a cross-government exercise towards the end of February

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