Solihull dad and brother of Syria volunteer fighting ISIS face court over terror offences

The father and brother of a Solihull man who volunteered to fight against Islamic State in Syria are due to appear in court charged with terrorism offences.

Protesters are due to gather outside Westminster Magistrates' Court in London on Friday after Paul Newey, 49, and Samuel Newey, aged 19, were charged with illegally assisting Daniel Newey.

Campaigners have criticised the decision to charge the pair, claiming the allegations of funding and assisting terrorism...