Terror charges man appears in court

A MAN charged with terror offences after being arrested at a Suffolk railway station has this morning appeared in court.

A MAN charged with terror offences after being arrested at a Suffolk railway station has this morning appeared in court.

Neil Lewington is accused of 11 offences, ten of which fall under the Terrorism Act and the other under the Explosives Act.

One charge includes travelling from Reading to Lowestoft with two improvised explosive devices.

Lewington was arrested after police found a suspected explosive device when they searched a man at Lowestoft railway station on October 30.


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The 43-year-old, of Church End Lane, Tilehurst, Reading, spoke only to confirm his name and address when he appeared before the City of Westminster magistrates' court today.

He was remanded in custody and will appear at the Central Criminal Court for a preliminary hearing on November 28.

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