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A former Russian intelligence officer, Andrei Lugovoi, has refused to attend the Litvinenko inquest, saying he will not receive “justice” in Britain.

Russian media have described Mr Berezovsky’s death as “the end of an era”.

In an informal interview with journalist Ilya Zhegule on the eve of his death, and published on Forbes’ Russian language website, Mr Berezovsky reportedly said his life no longer made sense and spoke of his desire to return to Russia.We do not have any evidence at this stage to suggest third party involvement,” Det Ch Insp Kevin Brown of Thames Valley Police said.“We are acutely aware of the level of interest into his death and are focused on conducting a thorough investigation as we would with any unexplained death.” Mr Berezovsky’s body was reportedly found by an employee, who called an ambulance at GMT on Saturday.Sir Andrew told the BBC: “If he killed himself, that’s terrible.If he was poisoned – and it’s interesting that people instantly raise that question in one way or another – that is of course still worse.

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