Just another ordinary day in Britain...
A British man accused of a fertiliser bomb plot has told an Old Bailey jury he was "happy" when he heard about the 11 September attacks on the US.BBC:
Omar Khyam, 24, of Crawley, West Sussex, is the first of seven Britons accused of the plot to give evidence in their trial.
He admitted travelling to Pakistan in 2000 for guerrilla training in weapons and reconnaissance tactics…
Khyam, his younger brother Shujah-Ud-Din Mahmood, 18, and Waheed Mahmood, 33, from Crawley, West Sussex, along with Jawad Akbar, 22, from Crawley and Uxbridge, Anthony Garcia, 27, from Ilford, east London, Nabeel Hussain, 20, from Horley, Surrey, and Salahuddin Amin, 30, from Luton, Bedfordshire, are accused of conspiring to cause an explosion likely to endanger life contrary to section 3 (1)(a) of the Explosive Substances Act 1883.
Five men and a youth have been remanded in custody after appearing in court following a police operation targeting alleged terrorist recruiters.But remember, it's just "a few bad apples".
Ten people have now been charged after raids in London on 1 September, including one on a Chinese restaurant.