MP’s HQ bomb admission

A man has admitted to bombing the constituency office of Nick Boles MP in Bourne.
A man has admitted to bombing the constituency office of Nick Boles MP in Bourne.

A man (24) from Bourne has admitted a firebomb attack on the constituency office of Grantham and Sleaford MP Nick Boles.

Paul Leverseidge of Marquess Court appeared at Lincoln Crown Court on Friday and described how he made an explosive device with coins taped to a number of fireworks, before throwing it at the MP’s office on North Street, Bourne.

No one was injured in the blast on June 10 and Leverseidge has admitted a charge of having an explosibe substance under suspicious circumstances.

Leverseidge, who lived in a flat opposite Mr Boles’ office was remanded in custody until November 28.