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Salisbury novichok-poisoned officer Nick Bailey quits

BBC News Saturday, 17 October 2020
Det Sgt Nick Bailey "had to admit defeat" after the 2018 attack saying he "can no longer do the job".
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Novichok-poisoned Salisbury police officer quits

Det Sgt Nick Bailey "had to admit defeat" after the 2018 attack saying he "can no longer do the job".
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