Court Remands Man In Prison Over Alleged Plot To Kill UK Prime Minister Theresa May

A Westminster magistrates’ court, has remanded a 20-year-old Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, in custody over alleged plot to  bomb Downing Street security gates and then kill Theresa May.

Joined in the suit is Mohammed Aqib Imran, from Birmingham, who was accused of the preparation of the terrorist acts.

Both men have been remanded and will appear at London’s old bailey on 20 December.

He is charged with the preparation of terrorist acts and is also charged with assisting another man to prepare separate acts of terrorism.

Imran, who also indicated he would plead not guilty to the charges, is accused of allegedly planning to travel overseas.

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