Macron offers 'close coordination' with UK over Russia tensions


British Prime Minister Theresa May has said French President Emmanuel Macron agreed that their two governments 'should coordinate closely' over the growing crisis between London and Moscow following the poisoning of a former Russian double-agent and his daughter in an English town earlier this month.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May was scrambling to garner international support for a robust response to Russia on Tuesday as the deadline for Russia to explain its role in the poisoning of a double-agent neared, reports The National.