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'No easy solution' to Assange affair

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The diplomatic row over Julian Assange "could be ended tomorrow" if Britain gave him safe passage to Ecuador, the country's president, Rafael Correa, has told the BBC.

The BBC's diplomatic correspondent, Bridget Kendall and professor Victor Bulmer-Thomas, former director of Chatham House, question whether there are there key strategic and trading relationships at stake if the UK pushes the issue too far.


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