Russia spy SHOCK: Sergei Skripal and daughter ‘might NOT have been poisoned’, claims niece

Viktoria Skripal shockingly suggested the pair may instead have simply eaten some “bad fish” rather than been attacked with Novichok poison.
On live TV, she demanded to know why Russia was being refused access to the investigation and called on Theresa May to open up.
Soon after a 90-minute press conference by the Russian ambassador yesterday, during which time Mr Skripa's daughter Yulia released a statement saying she was improving rapidly, Viktoria made the shock claim.
She said on Russian state-run television: “Why was this information classified?
“Did they eat a dish that one cannot eat, or is it banned in England?
"The first signs when they were found were very similar to fish poisoning.”
Britain and its allies have repeatedly said it is almost inconceivable Russia is not to blame for the attack. 
Russian state media also claimed inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) conducted an inspection at an undisclosed location in Russia in the past week.
It was not clear if the inspection was linked to the nerve agent poisoning in Britain of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, or if it was routine.
A diplomatic source who spoke on condition of anonymity because of OPCW confidentiality rules said it was unlikely the visit was linked to the Salisbury case.
The source said: “It must have been related to a regular inspection.”
Britain has said that the Russian state was "highly likely" to blame for the poisoning of Skripal and his daughter