AÂ suspected terrorist from the West Midlands has admitted two breaches of restrictions placed on him under terrorism prevention measures known as TPIMs (Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures).
The man, who for legal reasons can only be identified as FF, admitted the offences at the Old Bailey today.
He was charged with attending an unauthorised meeting and using a computer without prior permission. He was sentenced to 15 months in prison.
The man has been on remand since his arrest by officers from the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit last September.
Det Supt Shaun Edwards, head of investigations for WM CTU, said: “These measures are imposed to protect the public and we will always take swift action when they are breached.”