If you, from here in Britain, had visited the NY Times website yesterday and had clicked on the headline, 'Details Emerge in British Terror Case', you'd have got this message:
On advice of legal counsel, this article is unavailable to readers of nytimes.com in Britain. This arises from the requirement in British law that prohibits publication of prejudicial information about the defendants prior to trial.
I've now read the whole article online, illicitly, which means that, in the unlikely event of being called as a juror to any future trial, I've just disqualified myself from service. If you are willing to take that risk, the article is here. And here's a NY Times piece explaining how and why they did it. [Via The Sideshow]