Britain's youngest convicted terrorist avoids jail


Boy, now 16, given rehabilitation order for leading neo-Nazi cell from his grandmother’s house when aged just 13

Britain’s youngest ever convicted terrorist, who led a neo-Nazi cell from his grandmother’s house, has been sentenced to a two-year non-custodial rehabilitation order.

The boy, now 16, from south-east Cornwall, was just 13 when he first downloaded bomb-making instructions. At 14 he had amassed a stash of terror material and shared far-right ideology including racist, homophobic and antisemitic views in online chatrooms.

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