Fourth alleged IS ‘Beatle’ appears in UK court

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A British man alleged to be the fourth member of an ISIS terror cell known as ‘The Beatles’ has been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with terror offences.

Aine Leslie Davis was arrested after being deported to England by Turkish authorities.

Davis has always denied any involvement with the terror cell. He will appear at the Old Bailey next month. Sky’s Crime Correspondent Martin Brunt reports.

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