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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears assassination attempt

Julian Assange was granted political asylum by the government of Ecuador under the 1951 Refugee Convention in 2012

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears he may be assassinated if he steps outside the Ecuadorian embassy.

9:13am Saturday 29 August 2015

Ministers attend security summit after Paris train gun attack

Theresa May is among ministers from nine countries gathering in Paris to formulate a co-ordinated response to the threat of an atrocity on Europe's rail networks

The use of scanners at railway stations will be among measures discussed by European ministers at a security summit called after the foiled gun attack on a French train.

8:40am Saturday 29 August 2015

Windsor & Eton Bowling Club win divisional title in style

Windsor & Eton Bowling Club win divisional title in style

WINDSOR & Eton Bowling Club were crowned Kennet League Division Two champions after defeating Island Bohemian at Three Mile Cross.

8:21am Saturday 29 August 2015

Jamie Milton comes out of retirement to re-sign for Slough Jets

Jamie Milton comes out of retirement to re-sign for Slough Jets

JAMIE Milton has come out of retirement to re-join Slough Jets.

8:02am Saturday 29 August 2015

Sam Burgess ready to play key role for England at Rugby World Cup

Sam Burgess wants to play a starring role for England at this year's Rugby World Cup

Sam Burgess insists he will deliver for England and is not content to "make up the numbers" after being included in Stuart Lancaster's 31-man Rugby World Cup squad.

7:54am Saturday 29 August 2015

Environment Agency closes lake for fishing

148652 Lake closed to fishing in Earley pic chris forsey 26/8/15 (36666341)

FISHERMEN can't cast their lines at a lake in Earley closed because of high levels of blue green algae.

7:50am Saturday 29 August 2015

MP David Davis wants legal support curb in Iraq war inquiry

David Davis said the cost to the public of the Iraq war inquiry was 'ridiculous'

A limit should be placed on the taxpayer-funded legal support available to individuals criticised by the Iraq war inquiry to speed up the publication of the final report, a Conservative MP said.

7:44am Saturday 29 August 2015

Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer

Sir Keir Starmer said the law needs to be changed

People must be helped to take their own lives without being forced to travel to Switzerland, a former Crown Prosecution Service chief has urged as politicians prepare to debate a possible change in the law.

7:14am Saturday 29 August 2015

Three in four Britons 'planning a UK holiday this year'

More than three quarters of people are planning a staycation this year, a new study has shown

More than three quarters of people are planning a holiday within the UK this year, a new study has shown.

6:08am Saturday 29 August 2015

Warning as over-65s eye riskier P2P investments

There has been a sharp rise in the number of pensioners looking at peer-to-peer lending

More than 700,000 pensioners are considering trying their hand at peer-to-peer (P2P) lending despite the fact that their funds could be at risk, a survey has found.

6:08am Saturday 29 August 2015
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