Ecuador's foreign minister will meet Foreign Secretary William Hague today to discuss the future of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Ricardo Patino said Mr Assange was in "good spirits" despite the "limitations" of his accommodation inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he has been since June 19 last year.
The WikiLeaks founder is wanted for questioning in Sweden over sex allegations by two women - which he denies - but fears being extradited to the United States if he goes to Sweden.
More top news
A police officer who spent six days crawling the London Marathon in a gorilla costume has finally completed the 26-mile route.
Nicola Sturgeon calls on voters to make sure "Scotland's voice is heard" and not "dragged back by the Tories" in upcoming vote.
Strictly Come Dancing star Louise Redknapp has dismissed speculation she has separated from former footballer Jamie as "completely untrue".