Britain has created its own Magnitsky List. The country now has the list of 60 Russian citizens, who, according to the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs, may be implicated in the death of a Hermitage Capital lawyer in jail.
These persons will not be allowed to receive entry visas to Britain. The decision was made in April 2013, after the names were unveiled by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
However, the news has been made public only now, when Conservative MP Dominic Raab filed an inquiry to find out whether anyone from the list entered the territory of the UK last year. The diplomatic office informed the MP of appropriate measures.