Assange lost because the judges couldn’t imagine the US was lying
But every dog in the street knows it can and it does, argues John Rees.
'The fight goes on': The struggle for justice for Assange continues as US wins appeal
In a travesty of justice, the High Court overturned the previous ruling blocking the extradition of Assange, but the battle isn't over yet, reports Shabbir Lakha
‘Extradition is a death sentence’. Day two of the Assange trial
On the final day of this hearing, the defence argued that Assange would not survive extradition to the US. John McGrath reports.
Assange and the silence of the mainstream
The US is pushing to extradite Assange despite CIA plans to assassinate him. John McGrath reports from the first day of the new hearing.
Would you trust the spies planning your assassination to keep you safe?
As Julian Assange comes back to court, John Rees looks at the revelations that the CIA were prepared to kidnap or kill the founder of Wikileaks
‘Journalism is not a crime’: protesters march for Assange
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets to demand freedom for Julian Assange ahead of his upcoming extradition appeal hearing, reports Gary Griffiths
Fight for the truth, march for Assange
The US is about to try and overturn the block on Assange’s extradition. Lucy Nichols explains why we must all be part of the fight to stop them.
We won't pay for their crisis - Counterfire Freesheet October 2021
The Tory crisis, an interview with Ken Loach on Starmer and the next steps for the left, urgent demands to stop climate breakdown and more in this month's Counterfire freesheet
Lies leave the Assange case exposed – this is a political persecution
John Rees on how a false testimony has further confirmed that the Assange case is a political attack against critical journalists
The case crumbles: why isn't Assange free?
As Julian Assange spends another birthday behind bars, relentless campaigning and new revelations from a major witness are undermining the case against him, reports Terina Hine.
The Tories are not fit to govern! – People’s Assembly National Demonstration report
A vibrant coalition of trade unions and social movements took to the streets of London on Saturday for the People’s Assembly National Demonstration, reports Cici Washburn
Don’t be confused by complexity: defending Julian Assange is defending democracy
On Press Freedom Day, Erik Sandberg argues that defending Assange is crucial to protecting human rights and free speech in the West and beyond
Assange's Belmarsh torment continues after judge denies bail
After ruling that Assange won't be extradited to the US on Monday, Judge Baraitser then sent him back to Belmarsh and denied him bail, reports Jamal Elaheebocus
Ring the bells of Old Bailey: judge halts Assange extradition
John Rees reports on a remarkable day in court