Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov gestures during a meeting with South Korean head of National Security Chung Eui-yong at the Russian foreign ministry in Moscow,Tuesday March 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, Pool)
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British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned Moscow that Britain is considering a "full range" of retaliatory measures if it concludes that Russia was responsible for a nerve agent attack in an English city.Britain has faced a similar crisis before.Critics say the response was not enough, and claim Britain was reluctant to act because London's property market and financial sector are magnets for billions in Russian money.HIT THEIR POCKETBOOKSLondon is a magnet for wealthy Russians, and Britain could seek to stop those suspected of involvement, or close to President Vladimir Putin, from enjoying their money and property in the U.K.Britain is likely to urge the bloc to toughen those measures.British Housing Minister Dominic Raab said May chose her words carefully when she called the attack "an unlawful use of force" against the U.K.
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