Two men were arrested over alleged plan to infiltrate lab where Salisbury nerve agent was analysed

The Dutch government expelled two alleged Russian spies earlier this year after they were accused of planning to hack into a Swiss chemicals laboratory where novichok nerve agent samples from the Salisbury attack were analysed, it has emerged.

The men were arrested in The Hague this spring as part of an operation involving British, Swiss and Dutch intelligence agencies.

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