Theresa May shared a fist bump with a member of the public in Salisbury as she visited the city for the first time since a former Russian spy was poisoned there with a highly toxic nerve agent.
The Prime Minister shook hands and shared selfies with residents in the market square of the cathedral city where she met traders, residents and emergency service personnel.
One woman proposed a fist bump, which Ms May reciprocated.
Former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter remain in critical condition after the poisoning, which the Government has blamed on Russia.
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