Extradition law: Assange finally ready to leave Ecuadorian embassy in London following changes to UK law
After two years inside the safety of the building in Knightsbridge, Julian
Assange has announced his plan to leave the embassy as a result of the changes
made to UK extradition law, reports the Telegraph.
Having claimed political asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for over
two years, recent changes to UK extradition law have prompted the WikiLeaks
founder to announce his imminent departure.
Thieves steal £5,000 worth of toiletries from a pound shop
At Winson Green, Birmingham, on July 17, two thieves broke into Pound Plus
and stole shampoo and other toiletries totalling approximately £5,000.
Police report the thieves spent over an hour selecting the products they
wanted before leaving with a large number of shampoo, tooth-paste, cigarette
lighters and cleaning fluid.