UPDATE: 2.41pm

A TERROR suspect from Cardiff, accused of carrying out a premeditated attack on Muslims as they left a mosque, has been remanded in custody on murder and attempted murder charges.

Darren Osborne, 47, was arrested by police in the early hours of Monday after allegedly ramming his van into worshippers on Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, north London.

One man died from multiple injuries while several others were injured in the attack.

No details were given in court about the number of attempted murder charges.

Unemployed Osborne, of no fixed abode, spoke only to confirm his identity when he appeared before Westminster Magistrates Court on Friday afternoon.

The suspect, who seemed to have a bruise around his left eye, will appear at the Old Bailey on Tuesday, June 27, for a preliminary hearing.


A van driver held over the Finsbury Park terror attack will appear in court today charged with murder and attempted murder.

Darren Osborne, 47, of Cardiff, was arrested by Metropolitan Police shortly after the incident, outside a north London mosque in the early hours of Monday.

One man died and nine other people were taken to hospital after the van crashed into the area, which was busy with worshippers attending Ramadan night prayers at the nearby mosque.

A Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)spokesman said: "Today, the CPS authorised the Metropolitan Police to charge Darren Osborne with terrorism related murder and attempted murder following the incident in Finsbury Park in the early hours of Monday 19 June."