Now, it seems, we can put behind us all that russophilic bluff and bluster from Corbyn, those ridiculous links from posters to Craig Murray's conspiracy theorist blog site, those silly suggestions that the whole tragic issue was a fabrication by the Tory government to detract from "all that is going wrong with this country" and face up to the facts that once again there has been an assassination attempt by Russian operatives on British soil. Fortunately the attack on the intended victim(s), in this case, was unsuccessful. However, one unsuspecting victim, Dawn Sturgess, has been murdered. The Russian state denies involvement, but then it would. As indeed it did in the Litvienko murder and the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 tragedy, passing the accusations off as 'smears'. What action should Britain and the rest of the sensible world take? The two perpetrators, using the names Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, are the subject of European Arrest Warrants. There is no extradition agreement with Russia.