Alleged National Action members accused of plot to kill Labour MP


Six alleged members of banned Neo Nazi group National Action have gone on trial in connection with a plot to murder a Labour MP with a Roman sword. Suspected ringleader Christopher Lythgoe, 32, gave permission to Jack Renshaw, 23, to kill 67-year-old Rosie Cooper MP, according to charges. Renshaw bought the ‘Gladius Machete’ and made threats that he would murder the West Lancashire MP while in a pub in Warrington on 1 July last year, it is alleged. Lythgoe and…

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