Since the poisoning, Bailey's family has been unable to return to their contaminated home.
“Not only did we lose the house, we lost all of our possessions, including everything the kids owned," he said. We lost all that, the cars ... we lost everything. And yeah, it’s been very difficult to kind of come to terms with that.”
"Panorama" quoted the officer is in charge of the Skripal investigation as saying the nerve agent remaining in the counterfeit perfume container that was used to poison the ex-spy and his daughter could have killed thousands of people.
"When we found it, there was a significant amount of Novichok containment in the bottle," said Depty Assistant Commissioner Dean Haydon, the senior national coordinator for counterterrorism policing. "The amount that was in the bottle and the way it was applied to the Skripal home address was completely reckless."