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PRESS RELEASES AND NEWS

14.06.2022

Foreign Ministry Statement on personal sanctions on UK citizens in the media and the defence lobby

In response to the British government’s anti-Russia actions to impose personal sanctions on our country’s leading journalists and heads of defence companies,Russiahas included senior executives and correspondents from a number of major British media, as well as representatives of the command of the armed forces, the defence industry, and theUKdefence lobby on the Russian “stop list.”

The British journalists included in the list are involved in the deliberate dissemination of false and one-sided information aboutRussiaand the developments inUkraineand Donbass. Their biased assessments contribute to fueling Russophobia in British society.

Individuals associated with theUKdefence complex are involved in making decisions on weapons supplies toUkraine. The weapons are used by local punishers and Nazi units to kill civilians and to destroy civilian infrastructure.

The following is a list of British subjects who are no longer allowed entry into theRussian Federation.

Media representatives

  1. ShaunWALKER, correspondent, The Guardian;
  2. Con COUGHLIN, columnist, The Daily Telegraph;
  3. Stuart RAMSAY, chief correspondent, Sky News;
  4. James ROTHWELL, journalist, The Daily Telegraph;
  5. John WITHEROW, Editor-in-Chief, The Times;
  6. Chris EVANS, Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Telegraph;
  7. Richard Simon SHARP, Chairman of the BBC Board of Governors;
  8. Timothy Douglas DAVIE, Director-General, BBC Broadcasting Company;
  9.  Katharine Sophie VINER, Editor-in-Chief, The Guardian;
  10.  Clive MYRIE, journalist and anchorman, BBC News;
  11.  Orla GUERIN, correspondent, BBC News;
  12.  Nicholas Anthony ROBINSON, BBC presenter;
  13.  Paul ADAMS, BBC correspondent;
  14.  Nicholas BEAKE, BBC correspondent;
  15.  Alexander James THOMSON, chief correspondent and presenter, Channel 4 News;
  16.  Dan RIVERS, correspondent, ITV News;
  17.  Peter BEAUMONT, senior reporter, The Guardian;
  18.  Emma GRAHAM-HARRISON, correspondent, The Guardian;
  19.  Sophy RIDGE, journalist and presenter, Sky News;
  20.  Catherine Elizabeth NEWMAN, journalist and presenter, Channel 4 News;
  21.  Edward VERITY, Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Mail;
  22.  Christian BROUGHTON, Editor-in-Chief, The Independent;
  23.  Larisa BROWN, defence editor, The Times;
  24.  Mark GALEOTTI, political scientist;
  25.  Joseph BARNES, correspondent, The Daily Telegraph;
  26.  Gideon RACHMAN, columnist, The Financial Times;
  27.  Luke Daniel HARDING, correspondent, The Guardian;
  28.  Dominic Ralph Campden LAWSON, columnist, The Sunday Times and Daily Mail;
  29.  Lawrence David FREEDMAN, columnist, The Sunday Times.

 

Persons associated with the defence complex

  1. Jeremy Mark QUIN, Minister of State for Defence Procurement;
  2. Leo DOCHERTY, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Defence, People and Veterans;
  3. Benjamin John KEY, Fleet Commander, Chief of Staff of the Royal Navy;
  4. Michael WIGSTON, Chief of the Air Staff;
  5. Robert Andrew MAGOWAN, Deputy Commander UK Strategic Command;
  6. Charles Richard STICKLAND, Chief of Joint Operations,UKArmed Forces;
  7. Roger Martyn CARR, Chairman, BAE Systems;
  8. Charles Nicholas WOODBURN, Board Member, Group Chief Executive Officer, BAE Systems;
  9. David ARMSTRONG, Group Managing Director, BAE Systems;
  10. Glynn Stuart PHILLIPS, Group Managing Director, BAE Systems;
  11. Clifford Mark ROBSON, Group Managing Director, BAE Systems;
  12. Alexander Colin Kynaston CRESSWELL, Chairman of the Board of Directors, CEO of ThalesUK;
  13. Christopher Benoit Waller SHAW, Chief Operating Officer of ThalesUK;
  14. Paul GOSLING, Vice President, ThalesUK;
  15. Ewen Angus MCCRORIE, Vice President, ThalesUK;
  16. Suzanne Jayne STRATTON, Vice President, ThalesUK;
  17. Lynne WATSON, Vice President, ThalesUK;
  18. Gregory Lloyd CAMPBELL, member of the British House of Commons;
  19. Gavin James ROBINSON, member of the British House of Commons;
  20. Samuel WILSON, member of the British House of Commons.

 

The stop list will be expanded.

 

https://mid.ru/en/foreign_policy/news/1817712/ 




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