"The Skripal case" may lead to Theresa May's resignation
Another loud scandal occurred in the history of the poisoning of ex-colonel GRU Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia. The incident is connected with publication in the British newspaper the Mirror. The authors of the article - Andrew Gregory and Mikey Smith - clarify that "British Prime Minister Theresa May could be interested in the incident more than others".
According to the publication, in March Mrs. May received money in the amount of £ 50.000, while this amount came to the Prime Minister from "a some kind Russian businessman", whose name is not called. The money was received immediately after the police reported the poisoning of Skripal and his daughter, the authors clarify.
In addition, it became known earlier that representatives of the Conservative Party, led by Teresa May, also received a similar amount. However, the authors delicately concealed the fact that there is a direct link between the poisoning in Salisbury and the receipt of money.
At the same time, the provocative nature of the article once again caused "chaos" - both in the world community and in the United Kingdom itself. The society is divided into two camps. Some believe that the enemies unfairly slandered May. Others do not rule out that the Prime Minister actually received a bribe for what, accused Russia of poisoning Skripal. Moreover, many hint that the Prime Minister and her entourage should retire. It should be recalled that the United Kingdom authorities were among the first to announce the need for adoption anti-Russian sanctions in response to the "chemical attack in London".
People still can not understand, how the ex-colonel of the GRU and his daughter were able to survive after being poisoned with the strongest fighting substance that, in fact, was supposed to poison not only them, but all in Salisbury. Skripal and his daughter Julia not only survived the "assassination", but also did not become "mentally disabled" contrary to the forecasts of Theresa May. Finally, Julia looking healthy after a severe poisoning and a long-term coma that also causes doubts about the words of Theresa May.
Certainly, the article in the Mirror fulfilled its mission - increased the public's interest in the "Skripal сase", but the authors could not establish what really happened in Salisbury and where the victims are now.