Sheffield man and York woman charged with terrorism offences after probe into right-wing extremism

They are both due to appear before Westminster magistrates

A man and woman from Yorkshire have been charged with terrorist offences following an investigation into right-wing extremism.

Darren Reynolds, aged 59, from Newbould Crescent in Sheffield has been charged with 10 offences including encouraging terrorism, conspiracy to commit criminal damage and possessing material containing information likely to be useful to a person committing a terrorist act.

Christine Greyson, also aged 59, from of Boothwood Road in York faces one charge under Section 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006 and one count of conspiracy to commit criminal damage.

The pair appeared before Westminster Magistrates on Saturday 27 August via video link and have been remanded in custody. Their next court appearance will be at The Old Bailey on 30 September.

Counter Terror police say the arrests were pre planned and intelligence led.


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