Assange backers buoyed as PM says 'enough is enough'

By Andrew Brown and Peter Bodkin
Updated May 5 2023 - 1:22pm, first published 1:19pm
Julian Assange, in prison in the UK for more than four years, is fighting extradition to the US. (AP PHOTO)
Julian Assange, in prison in the UK for more than four years, is fighting extradition to the US. (AP PHOTO)

Bipartisan backing for the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has buoyed supporters' hopes the Australian's prison stint will end, as the prime minister declares "enough is enough".

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