Last night, four of the men who were detained during the anti-terroism raids at the beginning of the month, were charged with offences relating to "suspected recruitment and training networks".
Two of the men are brothers: Hassan Mutegombwa, aged 20, and 22-year-old Yassin Mutegombwa, both from Upper Norwood are charged with "procuring funds for terrorism contrary to section 15 of the Terrorism Act 2000" and "receiving training for terrorism" respectively.
As unlikely as it sounds the training is thought to have took place in woodland near Matley Wood Caravan and Camping site, Beaulieu Road, in Lyndhurst and a "Pondwood Farm, White Waltham in Berkshire".
Another two men, Musa Akmet, 47, of Eltham and Mustafa Abdullah, 24, of Stockwell, were charged with "possessing information likely to be useful to a terrorist". Akmet was further charged with possessing a 16mm mini flare launcher, without a firearms certificate.