A new piece of information is available following a Freedom of Information Act request to Thames Valley Police by Brian Spencer.
No fingerpints were found on the co-proxamol blister packs which Dr. Hunt stated that he found in the front right pocket of David Kelly's Barbour jacket.
See Brian's post: No fingerprints on the co-proxamol blister packs.
We now know:
1. There were no fingerprints on the (supposed) knife.
2. There were no fingerprints on the water bottle.
3. There were no fingerprints on the co-proxamol blister packs.
4. There were no gloves at the scene.
The "suicide hypothesis" requires us to believe that David Kelly took his own life and took the trouble to wipe the knife, the water bottle and co-proxamol blister packs clean of fingerprints.
The absence of fingerprints is another nail in the coffin of the "suicide hypothesis" as far as I'm concerned.