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Extradition victory for Assange

Julian Assange won a significant victory in his battle against extradition to Sweden today, after judges allowed him to petition the supreme court.

The Wikileaks founder actually lost his appeal, but judges said it was of "general public importance" that his case be heard.

He now has 14 days to launch a written application for the supreme court to rule directly on whether the Swedish authorities had the authority to issue European arrest warrants.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 March 2012 09:18

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'Black hole' in police force

 

There is a financial black hole of half a billion pounds in the country's police forces, according to figures seen by Labour.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 December 2011 11:45

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IMO Secretary-General opens 27th IMO Assembly

 

 

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The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has focused heavily on actions to stem climate change and to address piracy off the coast of Somalia, in what has been a busy and productive biennium for the Organization on the regulatory front, Secretary-General Efthimios E. Mitropoulos told delegates at the opening (on Monday, 21 November) of the 27th session of the Organization’s highest governing body, the Assembly. The meeting is being attended by more than 1,000 delegates from IMO Member States as well as from international governmental and non-governmental organizations.

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Man guilty of accountant murder bid

A man has been convicted of attempting to murder a senior Law Society official.

Leslie Cumming, 68, the then deputy chief executive of the Law Society of Scotland, was attacked in a lane near his home in Murrayfield, Edinburgh, in 2006.
Robert Graham, 46, denied trying to kill the accountant but after a nine-day trial, a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh found him guilty.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 March 2012 09:19

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Supreme Court lawyers allowed to dress down

Lawyers appearing at the UK's highest court will no longer have to wear traditional dress, it was announced today.From now on advocates in cases heard at the Supreme Court in London will be able to "dispense with any or all of the elements of traditional court dress".
The announcement was made by the court's president, Lord Phillips.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 March 2012 09:24

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