Terror suspect fails to plea at court
A terror suspect who was arrested at Lowestoft railway station did not enter a plea at a court hearing.
A terror suspect who was arrested at Lowestoft railway station did not enter a plea at a court hearing today.
Neil Lewington, of Tilehurst, Reading, has been remanded in custody and will appear at the Old Bailey in London for a plea and case management hearing on May 21. His trial date has been set for June 29.
Lewington was arrested on October 30 last year after police allegedly found him with two improvised explosive devices at the railway station.
He has been charged with ten offences under the Terrorism Act and one under the Explosives Act.
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