"A man has been charged under the Terrorism Act in relation to the failed bomb attacks in London on 21 July. Ismael Abdurahman, 23, of Newport Street, Kennington, south-east London, is the first person to be charged in connection with the incidents.So, if The Antagonist is not entirely mistaken in the interpretation of the charge of, "having information that may have helped apprehend a person involved in a terror-related offence", Ismael Abdurahman is being charged with being a grass and passing on information that helped the police in their inquiries.
He is accused of having information that may have helped apprehend a person involved in a terror-related offence.
Mr Abdurahman, who was arrested on 28 July, will appear before Bow Street Magistrates' Court on Thursday.
The allegation is understood to relate to the Shepherd's Bush bombing, with suspect Osman Hussain currently being held in Italy.
Police also said a man held in Brighton on 31 July has been released without charge."
Update: Further clarification of the charge, and the specifics of the latest anti-terror laws, over at Spyblog.