Terrorism accused Craig Slee faces Old Bailey trial

A Lancashire man has been committed to stand trial for terrorism offences at the Old Bailey.

Craig Slee, 42, of Trawden Crescent, Preston, is charged with four counts of publishing banned material under the Terrorism Act 2006.

Mr Slee appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court, London, earlier and spoke only to confirm his name and address.

He is due to attend a preliminary hearing on 22 May.

He is also charged with possessing a weapon, a CS gas spray, in Kendal, Cumbria, in July.

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