June 19 2013 Latest news:
Julian Assange says he will not leave the Ecuadorian Embassy even if sex assault charges are dropped because he fears he will be extradited to the US from Britain.
From teenage hacker to worldwide infamy, the path the WikiLeaks founder took to the Ecuadorian Embassy:
Since Julian Assange stepped into the Ecuadorian embassy on June 19 last year the WikiLeaks founder has not set foot outside in 365 days.
London’s cycle hire scheme “risks collapsing into chaos” thanks to underinvestment in staff, according to the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union.
Representatives at City Hall will today decide whether plans to hand out nearly 30,000 mobile devices including smartphones and tablets to Metropolitan Police officers are a costly distraction.
Public demand for the HS2 high-speed rail project has ‘likely been overestimated’ and the £33billion project does not offer good value for money, according to a report.
The King of Jordan has approved a treaty specifically designed to help trigger the removal of radical cleric Abu Qatada from the UK, government sources have said.
Julian Assange is prepared to remain in the Ecuadorian embassy for five years its foreign minister has said, as talks to end the legal deadlock around the WikiLeaks founder broke down.
The Mayor of London has waded in to the debate over whether to arm the Syrian rebels, warning that a decision in favour could lead to disastrous consequences.
Prisons such as Brixton, Feltham, Holloway, Pentonville, Wandsworth and Wormwood Scrubs would be closed under a radical shake-up of jails in the UK being proposed today.
Foreign Secretary William Hague will meet Ecuador’s foreign minister today to discuss the future of WikiLeaks founder and wanted man Julian Assange.
A public consultation on plans to close 12 London fire stations and cut over 500 jobs - which has met with fierce opposition - closes today.
Three protesters are being held by police after they were caught trespassing at the Houses of Parliament, Scotland Yard has said.
Boris Johnson stood his ground over proposed cuts to the fire brigade despite being heckled at a debate last night.
The family of soldier Lee Rigby will receive the same financial support as that received by the relatives of service personnel who die in service of their country, the government confirmed today.