“As a matter of routine, we do not comment on intelligence matters. However, we have taken decisions based on the information available to us. As the [Prime Minister] and [Foreign Secretary] have said, there is a high probability the Russian airliner was brought down by an explosive device,” a Foreign Office spokesman said.
“As [the] Ministers have said, we have made our assessments on the basis of the information we have; and have shared our conclusions with partners, including Russia. Some of our information is sensitive, but we have shared what we can,” the spokesman said.