Should western drugmakers stop selling non-essential medicines in Russia?
Financial Times based in London, owned by Japanese firm Nikkei Holdings
Auction houses Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Bonhams have cancelled sales of Russian art in London in June, part of the art market’s response to Western sanctions on Russia as punishment for its invasion of Ukraine.
London South East, financial website
Lelde Vaza, Vadim Aleksin and Aleksej Panfilov have all lived in the UK for a number of years. Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began, they have been sent death threats over the phone and on social media. Sky and national radio
Sky is owned by US Comcast Corporation
The holy alter at St Nicholas Orthodox church was ransacked after it fundraised to support refugees in Ukraine. Holy relics were also taken and the church was damaged. Oxford Mail via Russian Embassy UK
Oxford Mail is owned by US Gannett and UK Newsquest
Police have met with Milton Keynes residents who are of Russian and Ukrainian origin to discuss hate crime.
And they have reassured them that everybody who lives or works in MK has a right to feel safe here.
A police spokesman said today: “We discussed their experiences of hate crime, how we investigate them and how to make a report to us when English isn’t your first language.
“We also spoke to a young girl who told us that she has been bullied at school in recent weeks.”
MK Citizen, published by JPI Media Ltd
BBC Strictly Come Dancing Russian pros Katya Jones and Luba Mushtuk, have reportedly been told to come out and condemn the war in Ukraine or never come back.
The duo are being told to end their silence over Vladimir Putin’s actions. Their fellow pros Nikita Kuzmin and Nadiya are Ukrainian.
Birmingham Mail, owned by Reach plc
Russian classes at a Warrington primary school have been cancelled. The language, history and dance sessions are run at St Wilfrid’s CE Primary School in Grappenhall on Saturday mornings and have continued in recent weeks.
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Warrington Guardian, owned by US Gannett and UK Newsquest
A PUB in York is no longer stocking any Russian products, and money earned from drinks left in clearance is going to Ukraine.
York Press, owned by UK Newsquest
Russian and Belarusian FSC and PEFC timber has been banned.
PrintWeek, owned by UK Mark Allen Group