Editorial: Cloak, dagger, spies and poison


A SHADOW from the cold war descended on the UK last week when a former Soviet spy resident in London died from poisoning with polonium-210. Alexander Litvinenko’s death is reminiscent of the gruesome ways that dissenters used to be dealt with by Soviet-bloc states. Not since 1978 has London seen the like. In that year, at the behest of the KGB,
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