The Ecuadorian Embassy siege, that standing reproach to the British Government, may be coming to an end. That's assuming the UK respects international law and opinion more than it wishes to serve the interests of a vindictive ally.
We walked round to the Embassy last September, out of curiosity, to see the cruel theatre of dingy politics at first hand. The next month, the Met police guard was finally withdrawn but it was decided to deny Assange access to medical treatment.
We are governed by shits. Remember Brian Haw.
US-educated Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa knows what he's looking at. At what point did the United States cease to be anti-imperialist?
Etonian traitor - not the first from that school - David Cameron is all out to fudge the EU referendum, muddling it up with regional elections so that the distracted people finally vote for the end of national freedom and democratic control.
If it goes his way, I wouldn't rule out taking Ecuadorian citizenship, to get away from this drunkard's-dream.
Phil Hammond kept a straight face as he communicated HMG's slap to the UN's HR ruling - but there was an air of embarrassment, I thought. And here comes the reaction:
"Refusal of UN Panel Statement Allows Rejection of Any UN Ruling- Snowden":
Okay, let's see HMG adopt the same cavalier approach to all EU regulations, directives, decisions, recommendations and opinions, past, present and future.
Glad to see a proper journalist weighing in, too:
UPDATE (6 Feb 16 07:29)
... and ex-FCO dissident Craig Murray (hat-tip to "JD"):
- whose discussion of the case against Assange was removed from Google searches* but can be found here:
UPDATE (6 Feb 16 10:00)
The Australian Foreign Minister has met Assange to discuss ways forward:
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