Britain planning to freeze the assets of the two main Russian suspects in the death of a former Russian spy after a judge's report that also points the finger at Russia's president.
Details from FOX's Simon Owen in London:
Vladimir Putin implicated in the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, who died here in London in 2006, after his tea was laced with a radioactive isotope.
A public inquiry concluding that Putin probably approved the assassination plan:
(Cameron) "What happened was absolutely appalling."
British Prime Minister David Cameron... But Russia pushing back, rejecting the report as politically-motivated.
The Russian Ambassador to the UK saying:
(Yakovenko) "For us, it's absolutely unacceptable that the report concludes that the Russian state was involved in any way in the death of Litvinenko."
Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko saying Russia-UK relations will now suffer.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.