Judge orders report by more experienced probation officer on Haider Ahmed of Surrey

A judge has delayed sentencing a teenage student who was convicted of plotting a terror attack, because of “deep concerns” over a report prepared by an inexperienced probation worker.

Haider Ahmed was aged 16 and 17 and living with his parents in Redhill, Surrey, when he planned to kill members of the public with a large hunting knife.

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