Neo-Nazi Nathan Worrell was jailed for hoarding bomb-making materials in his home and harassing a mixed-race couple. In his flat, police discovered a bomb-making video by Combat 18, far-right propaganda, membership cards to the KKK and the British People’s Party. He was known to sign off his texts with 88 – a code for Heil Hitler – and posting racist stickers on lampposts.
White supremacist Neil Lewington was jailed for planning a racist campaign of terror using tennis ball bombs. Police discovered four kilos of weedkiller, pyrotechnic powders, fuses and igniters, as well as Nazi literature in his home.
Pavlo Lapshyn, a Ukrainian far-right terrorist living in the UK at the time, murdered Mohammed Saleem, an 82-year-old pensioner who was returning from the Green Lane mosque in Birmingham. Lapshyn had also planted bombs outside three mosques in his local area.
Far-right terrorist Thomas Mair murdered MP Jo Cox whilst she was on her way to meet constituents. When he was asked to confirm his name in court, Mair said, “My name is death to traitors, freedom for Britain.” Mair was heavily influenced by Nazism and white supremacist ideas. He attended far-right gatherings and subscribed to far-right publications. Police found Nazi regalia, far-right literature and bomb-making manuals in his home.