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11 July 2018, 06:31 | Devin Moran
Charlie Rowley, 45, was poisoned along with Dawn Sturgess, who died on Sunday, by the same nerve agent used in the attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in March. Moscow rejected the accusations and hit back by expelling Western diplomats.
The hospital said it is too early to say that the patient is out of danger.
Britain's counter-terrorism chief Neil Basu says he can't guarantee authorities will catch those responsible for the nerve agent poisoning of the Skripals and Dawn Sturgess, and is even unable to say if both incidents are linked.
Javid, who is chairing a meeting of the government's emergency committee on Monday, has said there were no plans at this stage for further sanctions against Russian Federation.
He said it is possible Sturgess and Rowley had the container in their possession for some time before opening it with disastrous results.
Basu said the severe reaction of Sturgess and Rowley meant they must have received a high dose of Novichok.
"At this stage, we can not say with certainty that both the incident in March and this latest incident are linked, " Basu told attendees at Tuesday evening's community meeting.
The pair fell ill at Mr Rowley's home in Amesbury - eight miles from Salisbury - on June 30, with anti-terror police launching a massive operation to find the source of the contaminant, which is believed to be inside a container.
Police initially thought they had consumed a contaminated batch of illegal drugs but their symptoms prompted further testing which confirmed their exposure to Novichok. Skripal, 67, and his 33-year-old daughter survived the attack in the English town of Salisbury, which the British government blames on Russian Federation.
Britain has notified the global chemical weapons watchdog, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Yulia Skripal was discharged from hospital in April and her father was discharged in May.
Staff at Salisbury District Hospital said Mr Rowley has made a "a small but significant improvement" and has regained consciousness but still needs round-the-clock care. Her father was discharged on May 18. Public Health England have repeatedly said there is no wider threat to the public arising from the Skripal case.
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