Julian Assange extradition
Nick Clegg could face legal action following remarks made about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Speaking on LBC on Thursday
Jim Curran is one of around 150 supporters of Julian Assange who have kept a vigil outside the Ecuadorian embassy in London
Julian Assange has said he will leave the Ecuadorian Embassy "soon", after reportedly falling ill in his two years hiding
A police officer stands guard in front of the Ecuadorian Embassy in Knightsbridge "I think he will be stuck in the embassy
It's been two years since the founder of WikiLeaks committed himself to an indefinite sentence inside the Ecuadorian embassy
The UK Government cancelled a working group set up with Ecuador to find a way of resolving the future of Julian Assange, the
Like humankind's fabled saviour over two millennia ago, there is no doubt that the Australian website operator Julian Assange is suffering. He hasn't been outside or seen his family in over a year. He is, he apparently feels, being crucified. It's enough to drive anyone half-mad, if not entirely around the bend.
Events will be held across the world on Saturday, including the UK, to mark the 1,000th day spent in prison by the United
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has waded into the row over American drone strikes, urging the leak of confidential government
No one of sentient mind could argue against Khan's assertion that the Swedish women have a right to have their day in court, no matter how spurious or politically motivated some might see their complaints. Assange should indeed face his accusers in their land.