A BRADFORD man has appeared in court accused of a string of charges.

Muhammed Saeed Ahmed, 31, was arrested in June 2021 as part of a pre-planned operation by Counter Terrorism Policing North East and was released under investigation the same day.

On August 16, the defendant was charged with offences under the Counter Terrorism Act 2008 and the Fraud Act 2006.

The charges relate to 19 alleged breaches of notification requirements and two offences of fraud by false representation.

On Friday, Ahmed appeared at the Old Bailey before Mr Justice Jeremy Baker by video link.

The senior judge set a provisional two-week trial at the Old Bailey from September 2, 2024 before Judge Anuja Dhir KC and a plea hearing on December 8.

The defendant, of Elizabeth Street in Bradford, was granted conditional bail.