WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is currently in Belmarsh Magistrates' Court awaiting the verdict of his extradition hearing.
The outspoken Australian could be extradited to Sweden where he faces sexual assault charges.
V3.co.uk will have all the breaking news on the court's verdict and the implications for Assange and WikiLeaks.
Assange will be extradited to Sweden and has seven days to appeal against the decision.
The judge ruled that the European arrest warrant for Assange is valid, and said that he will receive a fair trial should there be enough evidence to prosecute, according to breaking courtroom tweets.
The defence's argument that there had been an abuse of process were reportedly dismissed by the judge.
Assange had not made himself available for interview in Sweden, according to the judge, who also noted that the three offences Assange had been accused of amounted to rape.
The judge did noted that politicians and lawyers involved with the case should not comment on the case. The abuse of process and human rights arguments put forward by the defence were also dismissed.
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