Russia has warned its citizens against visiting Britain due to the threat of “inevitable” new terrorist attacks.  Vladimir Putin’s government issued the travel advice after the UK raised its threat level to “critical” – the maximum possible – following the killing of 22 in this week’s Manchester bombing.   But the Russians also suggested that the “growing influence of Islamic radicalism” among Muslim groups in British cities was a factor in a rising terrorist threat, and Theresa

May’s decision to call in the army showed a “very serious situation”.  “The Russian embassy in Great Britain recommends Russian citizens refrain from travelling to the country, especially from visiting major cities, if such trips are not absolutely necessary,” said the country’s state tourism agency.  “This is due to the fact that the government of Great Britain has raised the level of the terrorist threat in the country to the maximum possible.” FULL REPORT