Mark Jones. Former high profile member of the BNP who became a leader of National Action. Jailed for 5 and half years for membership.

Alice Cutter
. Former partner of Mark Jones who was jailed for 3 years for membership of National Action. She entered the terrorist group’s “Miss Hitler” beauty pageant

Garry Jack. Jailed for 4 and half years for membership of National Action. This is his 2nd NA related conviction.

Connor Scouthern
. Jailed for 18 months for membership of National Action.

Thomas Mair. Given an whole life term for the murder of the Labour MP Jo Cox in 2016.

Zack Davies. A member of the neo-Nazi terrorist organisation National Action who was jailed for life with a minimum term of 14 years for the racially-motivated attempted murder of a dentist in Mold in 2015.

Garron Helm. A member of National Action who was jailed for 4 week for sending an antisemitic message to Labour MP Luciana Berger. Helm was cleared of membership of National Action after they were proscribed.

Pavlo Lapshyn. A Ukrainian student who was jailed for at least 40 years for murdering an 82-year-old man and plotting explosions near mosques in racist attacks around the West Midlands.

Darren Tinklin A former member of a far-right group who was jailed for three years for making explosives in his home, including a pipe bomb in 2010.

Terrance Gavan
. A BNP member who spent a decade building up a cache of weapons in a bedroom hideaway was jailed for 11 years. He had 54 improvised bombs including nail bombs and a booby-trapped cigarette packet, as well as 12 firearms.

Neil Lewington. Wanted to emulate the Oklahoma bomber, Timothy McVeigh, and the Soho nail bomber, David Copeland, and kept videos detailing their attacks at his home. He was given an indefinite sentence in 2010.

Jefferson Azevedo. A postman who waged a hate campaign in which he posted letters and packages containing “overtly racist and depraved threats” to the attorney general and around 150 other targets was jailed for four years.

Robert Cottage. A BNP candidate who stockpiled explosive chemicals and ball bearings in anticipation of a future civil war was jailed for two and a half years. Police found ball bearings and a document about bomb-making from the do-it-yourself explosives-making manual The Anarchist Cookbook on his computer.

John Laidlaw. A gunman who had threatened to “kill all black people” was found guilty of three counts of attempted murder in 2007.

Mark Bulman. He was jailed for five years in 2007 after trying to torch the Broad Street mosque in Swindon. He used a British National Party leaflet as a fuse in a petrol-filled beer bottle which he hurled through a window at the place of worship.

Mark Atkinson. A member of the extreme right-wing Racial Volunteer Force (RVF) who pleaded guilty to race hate crimes. The the group paid tribute to Soho nail bomber David Copeland with instructions on how to make a bomb.

Nigel Piggins.A member of the extreme right-wing Racial Volunteer Force (RVF) who pleaded guilty to race hate crimes. The the group paid tribute to Soho nail bomber David Copeland with instructions on how to make a bomb.

Jonathan Hill.A member of the extreme right-wing Racial Volunteer Force (RVF) who pleaded guilty to race hate crimes. The the group paid tribute to Soho nail bomber David Copeland with instructions on how to make a bomb.

Steven Bostock.A member of the extreme right-wing Racial Volunteer Force (RVF) who pleaded guilty to race hate crimes. The the group paid tribute to Soho nail bomber David Copeland with instructions on how to make a bomb.

Michael Denis.A member of the extreme right-wing Racial Volunteer Force (RVF) who pleaded guilty to race hate crimes. The the group paid tribute to Soho nail bomber David Copeland with instructions on how to make a bomb.

Kevin Quinn. Pleaded guilty to possessing a November 9th Society Nazi booklet, The Longest Hatred.

David Tovey. A white supremacist who stockpiled guns and explosives to launch a potentially murderous race war was jailed for 11 years in 2002. Searches uncovered an arsenal of weapons and explosives, including pump action shotguns used by US SWAT teams, camouflage clothing, body armour, plastic explosive, home-made explosive similar to napalm, pipe bombs and other bomb-making equipment.

George Fowle. Received a suspended sentence for possessions of various terrorist style documents and videos.

Martyn Gilleard Found guilty of making bombs for a far-right terrorist campaign, after having previously admitted downloading thousands of images of child sexual abuse. He was a member of the British Peoples Party.

Filip Golon Bednarczyk. Pleaded guilty to seven charges of possessing a document likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism in relation to various titles about homemade explosives, including Semtex and black powder.

Alice Cutter. Awaiting sentence after being found guilty of membership of National Action.

Mark Jones. Awaiting sentence after being found guilty of membership of National Action.

Garry Jack. Awaiting sentence after being found guilty of membership of National Action. This is his 2nd conviction for National Action related activities.

Connor Scothern. Awaiting sentence after being found guilty of membership of National Action.

Daniel Ward
. Pleaded guilty to membership of National Action.

Luke Crompton. Pleaded guilty to encouraging terrorism recklessly by posting hundreds of messages over nine months in 2018 that were “dripping with hate and contempt” on VK.

Unnamed 17 year old. Convicted of six terror offences, including preparing acts of terrorism, disseminating terrorist publications and possessing material for terrorist purposes.

Simon Flint. Amassed an arsenal of weapons including explosives, knives and rocket mortars and was jailed for jailed for 30 months.

Michael O’Neill. Neo-Nazi jailed for a campaign of race hate on social media which included jibes at everyone from London mayor Sadiq Khan to pop superstar Taylor Swift.

Elliott Richards-Good.. A member of System Resistance Network who pleaded guilty to eleven charges, including stirring up racial hatred, racially aggravated criminal damage, possession of material likely to stir up racial hatred, and possession of material likely to stir up hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation.

Morgan Seales. Member of the Christian White Militia who was found guilty of possessing material for terrorist purposes and collecting or making a record of information useful in the preparation of an act of terrorism.

Gabriele Longo. Member of the Christian White Militia who was found guilty of possessing material for terrorist purposes and collecting or making a record of information useful in the preparation of an act of terrorism.

Ian Hargreaves
. Jailed for 18 months after pleading guilty to two counts of sending malicious communications, possession of an offensive weapon in a public place and possession of indecent images of children.

David Dudgeon. Pleaded guilty to possessing material useful to committing or preparing an act of terrorism, namely a quantity of texts, manuals, booklets, leaflets and video files relating to the production of chemical and biological weapons and techniques for knife fighting. He also admitted possessing electronic copies of various terror-related documents at his home.

Pawel Golaszewski. Had a stash of terrorist material, including detailed instructions on how to make weapons and various killing techniques. Jailed for 26 months.

Kieran Cleary Cleary was convicted of making an explosive substance and three counts of possession of a document likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism. Jailed for 5 years.

Jacek Tchorzewski. Jailed for 4 years for having a number of terrorism manuals including one that gave step-by-step instructions on how to make a working automatic pistol. He was a member of the National Action offshoot Sonnenkrieg Division.

Kyle Davies. Found guilty of attempting to possess a Glock 17 pistol and ammunition with intent to endanger life and two counts of making indecent images of children. Linked to System Resistance Newtwork, an off shoot of National Action. Jailed for 19 years.

Vincent Fuller. A white supremacist admitted attempted murder, possession of a bladed article, affray and racially aggravated harassment, alarm or distress. Jailed for 18 years and 9 months.