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Sajid Javid has approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the US on spying charges, placing the final decision in the hands of the courts.

The Home Secretary revealed on BBC Radio 4 that he had “signed and certified” the extradition order in advance of a court hearing in London tomorrow when it is expected the US will detail all the charges against the Wikileaks founder.

The US has accused Assange of violating the US Espionage Act by publishing military and diplomatic files in 2010.

The 18 charges against Assange reject his claim he was simply a publisher receiving leaked material, which would be protected under press freedom legislation.

The extradition hearing tomorrow is not expected to...

Sajid Javid has approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the US on spying charges, placing the final decision in the hands of the courts.

The Home Secretary revealed on BBC Radio 4 that he had “signed and certified” the extradition order in advance of a court hearing in London tomorrow when it is expected the US will detail all the charges against the Wikileaks founder.

The US has accused Assange of violating the US Espionage Act by publishing military and diplomatic files in 2010.

The 18 charges against Assange reject his claim he was simply a publisher receiving leaked material, which would be protected under press freedom legislation.

The extradition hearing tomorrow is not expected to...

Sajid Javid has approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the US on spying charges, placing the final decision in the hands of the courts.

The Home Secretary revealed on BBC Radio 4 that he had “signed and certified” the extradition order in advance of a court hearing in London tomorrow when it is expected the US will detail all the charges against the Wikileaks founder.

The US has accused Assange of violating the US Espionage Act by publishing military and diplomatic files in 2010.

The 18 charges against Assange reject his claim he was simply a publisher receiving leaked material, which would be protected under press freedom legislation.

The extradition hearing tomorrow is not expected to...

Sajid Javid has approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the US on spying charges, placing the final decision in the hands of the courts.

The Home Secretary revealed on BBC Radio 4 that he had “signed and certified” the extradition order in advance of a court hearing in London tomorrow when it is expected the US will detail all the charges against the Wikileaks founder.

The US has accused Assange of violating the US Espionage Act by publishing military and diplomatic files in 2010.

The 18 charges against Assange reject his claim he was simply a publisher receiving leaked material, which would be protected under press freedom legislation.

The extradition hearing tomorrow is not expected to...