The hashtag was said to have been promoted by a Russian cyberoperation.
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Britain has blamed Moscow for the poisoning of the former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury last month.
Professor Robinson, a member of SPM, told The Times: 'Everything I say and write I can defend as based on good faith research and due consideration of available evidence.
After being contacted by The Times, he deleted the tweet.
SPM board members or apologists for the Syrian government named by The Times include: The first briefing note published by SPM, titled 'Doubts about 'Novichoks' ', questioned whether Russia's secret nerve agent programme ever existed.
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'Vanessa Beeley produces information that is worthy of consideration and certainly her work on the White Helmets, along with work produced by others, raises extremely important questions for academics to research [and] the public to know about.'The University of Sheffield declined to comment, saying that it needed more time to consider the matters raised.
Professor Hayward said, regarding his use of #Syriahoax: 'I understood a hashtag to indicate a topic rather than a creed.
Professor Hayward was also reported by The Times to have published a blog article by his colleague Paul Mc Keigue, a professor of genetic epidemiology and statistical genetics, which claimed that there was almost 'zero likelihood' that Assad carried out chemical attacks.