Forbes describes the statements of the man accused in Britain of killing Litvinenko.
A reading based on the idea that Lugovoi is projecting Russian attitudes on Britain would indicate some interesting things about Russia. He calls his target "a haven for criminals," says that her officials indulge in "cynical and impudent lies", that they deliberately provoke confrontations with other nations for political reasons, and other Cold War diplomatic tactics. He implies "imperial aspirations" on the part of his mark.
If all Britain wanted was a scapegoat, seems like it would have been simpler to find one closer to home.