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Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange To Marry Fiancee In Jail Government Approved Latest News Update – UK: Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange To Marry Fiancé In Jail, Government Approved

World Desk, Amar Ujala, London

Published by: Abhishek Dixit
Updated Fri, 12 Nov 2021 03:33 PM IST

Summary

Britain’s Prison Service accepted Assange’s application, saying that his demand was also considered by the jailer like ordinary prison inmates. After getting the approval, Stella Morris said that she hoped that there would be no further hindrance in their marriage.

The British government has allowed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to marry fiancé Stella Morris in prison. With this, Assange will now be able to get married in Belmarsh Prison. Assange and Morris got engaged in 2015. He has two sons. Both were born after the WikiLeaks founder took refuge in Ecuador.

Britain’s Prison Service accepted Assange’s application, saying that his demand was also considered by the jailer like ordinary prison inmates. After getting the approval, Stella Morris said that she hoped that there would be no further hindrance in their marriage.

Under UK law, inmates are allowed to marry in prison under the 1983 Marriage Act. However, its entire expenditure has to be paid by the people who get married and it does not cost the public at all.

Stella Morris and Julian Assange are said to have met in 2011, when Stella joined Assange’s legal team. Morris says that when Assange was at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, she visited him every day and that Assange himself witnessed the birth of his two children via video conferencing.

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The British government has allowed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to marry fiancé Stella Morris in prison. With this, Assange will now be able to get married in Belmarsh Prison. Assange and Morris got engaged in 2015. He has two sons. Both were born after the WikiLeaks founder took refuge in Ecuador.

Britain’s Prison Service accepted Assange’s application, saying that his demand was also considered by the jailer like ordinary prison inmates. After getting the approval, Stella Morris said that she hoped that there would be no further hindrance in their marriage.

Under UK law, inmates are allowed to marry in prison under the 1983 Marriage Act. However, its entire expenditure has to be paid by the people who get married and it does not cost the public at all.

Stella Morris and Julian Assange are said to have met in 2011, when Stella joined Assange’s legal team. Morris says that when Assange was at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, she visited him every day and that Assange himself witnessed the birth of his two children via video conferencing.

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