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Novichok police officer's 'overwhelming guilt' at family forced to leave home

The brave police officer left fighting for his life during the Novichok attack in Salisbury has revealed he felt ‘overwhelming guilt’ after his family were forced to leave their home.

Former Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey admitted he first got involved in the ‘unique’ case because he was ‘incredibly nosey’ and had heard two people had collapsed.

Giving his first full interview since leaving the force last year, Bailey opened up about the ‘prolonged trauma’ he still feels following the poisonings in Salisbury three years ago.

And he described how after leaving hospital for the first time, following the ‘pure panic’ of his experience, just going to the supermarket was an activity he struggled to cope with.

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