All roads are now open and buses are back on their normal routes through the town centre after the Reading terror attack.

Forbury Gardens will remain closed for the time being.

Flowers can be left at the Abbey Gateway and will be moved into the park when it reopens.

Three men, friends James Furlong, 36, David Wails, 49, and Joseph Ritchie-Bennett, 39, were killed in the suspected terror attack in the park.

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Khairi Saadallah, 25, of Basingstoke Road, is alleged to have launched the two-minute stabbing spree in Forbury Gardens, Reading, shortly before 7pm on Saturday, June 20.

The man accused of the killings appeared at the Old Bailey yesterday.

Saadallah has been charged with three counts of murder, and three counts of attempted murder.

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Wearing a grey jumper and beige trousers for his court appearance yesterday, Saadallah confirmed his name, date of birth and his nationality as Libyan.

He was further remanded in custody during the 10-minute hearing on Wednesday ahead of a preliminary hearing at the Old Bailey in the court’s terror list on July 10.

No date for a possible trial has been set.