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Nemtsov murder: what will the UK do next?

Government thinking has shifted toward countering the Russian propaganda war in Ukraine

By Bronwen Maddox  

Protestors march with posters reading "propaganda kills, fight!" near the place where Boris Nemtsov was gunned down on Friday. ©Denis Tyrin/AP/Press Association Images

Government thinking on what to do about Ukraine has got much darker in just a few weeks, and not only because of the murder of dissident Boris Nemtsov in Moscow last Friday.

Three weeks ago, you could hear senior Foreign and Commonwealth types musing about how…

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