Three men arrested on the M1 have been charged with terrorism offences, after a police operation in which firearms were found in a car stopped by officers.
The men, from the Sparkhill area of Birmingham, were arrested by counter-terrorism officers last Tuesday.
West Midlands Police have said Jewel Uddin, 26, Omar Mohammed Khan, 27, and Mohammed Hasseen, 23, will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court tomorrow.
The CPS has advised that Khan, Uddin and Hasseen should be charged under Section Five of the Terrorism Act 2006 - engaging in conduct in preparation for an act or acts of terrorism, with the intention of committing such acts.
The arrests came after a routine check of a vehicle by police on the M1 in South Yorkshire on Saturday June 30. Police confirmed that two firearms had been recovered along with a small amount of ammunition.
Four other men arrested in connection with the inquiry remain in custody, and officers have until Wednesday to charge, release or apply for a warrant of further detention for three of them. The fourth man can be held until Thursday.
Those who remain in custody are a 24-year-old from Moseley, Birmingham; a 22-year-old man from Alum Rock, Birmingham; a 22-year-old from Smethwick, and a male aged 43 from the Kirklees area.