Man accused of Bourne MP office explosion remanded in custody

The boarded-up window at the Conservative offices in North Street, Bourne, where the explosion happened.
The boarded-up window at the Conservative offices in North Street, Bourne, where the explosion happened.

A man accused of a causing an explosion at the office of Stamford and Bourne MP Nick Boles was today (Wednesday) remanded in custody again at Lincoln Crown Court.

Paul Leversedge (24), of Marquess Court, Bourne, is accused of criminal damage with intent to endanger life following an incident at Mr Boles’ constituency office in North Street, Bourne, on June 10.

No plea was taken at today’s hearing and Leverseidge, who appeared via video link, was remanded in custody to appear back before the court in September.