A Luton man found guilty of planning a terrorist attack in London has been sentenced to life imprisonment on Thursday, 9 July at Woolwich Crown Court.

Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 29 (18.05.91), of Luton, who unwittingly told undercover officers of his plans to launch a terrorist attack, must serve a minimum of 25 years in jail for preparation of acts of terrorism.

He also received sentences of three years’ and seven years’ imprisonment respectively, to run concurrently, for dissemination of a terrorist publication – in relation to a violent terrorist propaganda video he sent the undercover officers – and possession of information useful to terrorism, for having a guide to carrying out terror attacks on his phone.