Take, for example, the last parliamentary elections in Georgia. The election was held in accordance with the rules set out at the US Embassy in Tbilisi.
On March 25, 2013, he [Berezovsky] planned to travel to Israel and even bought tickets. But instead of boarding cards, he was given a ticket to heaven. He knew too much about the British intelligence services’ true connections with international terrorists and their role in Litvinenko’s death.
A conspiracy narrative. No evidence given to link British intelligence to international terrorism. Neither are the accusations made in enough detail to support such a huge claim.
Berezovsky had the status of political refugee in London over unfounded charges in Russia and confrontation with its president Vladimir Putin. A conspiracy theory that he was probably killed by British intelligence is recurrent.
Also, on 21 January 2016, Sir Robert Owen presided over a High-Court inquiry into the death of British citizen/Russian defector, Alexander Litvinenko. A report into Mr. Litvinenko's death was presented. It found that two Russian men, Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun, deliberately poisoned Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006 by putting a radioactive substance, polonium-210, into his drink at a hotel. The report says that "taking full account of all the evidence and analysis available to me, I find that the FSB operation to kill Mr Litvinenko was probably approved by Mr Patrushev and also by President Putin".
See other disinformation cases on MI6 (British intelligence) which is routinely accused of escalation in Nagorno Karabakh, Skripal and Navalny's poisonings in order to destabilise Russia in the frame of a secret plan.