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Ecuador has spent £3.7 million to protect Julian Assange in embassy
(May 16 23:16) Dailymail.co.uk
The Wikileaks founder has been living at Ecuador's London embassy since June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden to face questioning over sex crime charges, which he always denied.
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STEPHEN GLOVER: We need to allow fracking to avoid an energy crisis
If we still had vast reserves of oil and gas in the North Sea, this weakness and indecision on the part of the authorities might not matter, says STEPHEN GLOVER. ...
Five people are shot dead during 'hostage situation' after a gunman opened fire inside bank
Five people were shot dead Wednesday afternoon after a 21-year-old gunman opened fire inside a SunTrust Bank in Florida. Authorities said the suspect has been arrested.
Gemma Collins 'threatened with legal action by Dancing On Ice judge Jason Gardiner
Gemma Collins has reportedly been threatened with legal action by Dancing On Ice judge Jason Gardiner amid their ongoing 'bullying row' reports The Sun .
The EU WON'T sign off a Brexit delay unless MPs can agree on a way forward, warns Barnier
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier insisted an extension to Article 50 will only be approved if there is a 'stable majority' in Parliament for how to proceed.
Angela Merkel makes thinly-veiled dig at Brexit chaos in Davos speech
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos the German chancellor (pictured today) said she feared the 'knowledge and insight' of politicians after World War II would be forgotten.
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Venezuela rises against Maduro as opposition prepare mass protest
Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans are expected on the streets Wednesday, demanding President Maduro leave office after an election that opponents and foreign leaders alike have called 'illegitimate'.
BBC’s George Alagiah returns to News at Six for first time after year off
The BBC News At Six anchor (pictured back in the newsroom) was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2014, given the all clear in November 2015 - but it returned last ...
Banged Up Abroad: Former postman Jimmy Kelly is jailed for selling crystal meth in Thailand
Jimmy Kelly was living in London when a surprise windfall offered him the chance to escape his 'mundane' life and move to Thailand, he explained in National Geographic's Banged Up ...
Tory chiefs 'warn May that Jeremy Corbyn would end up as PM' if she calls a snap election
Some Cabinet ministers are understood to be braced for an election 'sooner rather than later' as the political crisis over Brexit gathers pace.
(January 23 19:08) Dailymail.co.uk
Couple transformed a £65K boat into an eco-friendly home
Gina and John Dutton spent three years renovating the 140ft vessel in Bideford Harbour, Devon, after snapping it up for £65,000 in January 2016.
(January 23 19:02) Dailymail.co.uk
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