Robbie Mullen's actions helped expose the sick plot (Image: Philip Coburn/Daily Mirror)

Undercover hero saves MP from being assassinated by neo-Nazi paedophile

Daily Mirror | Ros Wynne-Jones A former neo-Nazi has told how he exposed a white supremacist’s sickening plot to murder an MP and a police officer. Robbie Mullen’s actions led to vile Jack Renshaw being convicted of preparing an act of terrorism to murder Det Con Victoria Henderson and Labour’s Rosie Cooper. It can now Read more about Undercover hero saves MP from being assassinated by neo-Nazi paedophile[…]

Members of the proscribed far-right group National Action march in Darlington in support of Jack Renshaw, who was charged with plotting to kill a Labour MP. Photograph: Hope Not Hate/PA

Far-right terrorists are one step ahead of you in UK, police told

Guardian | Ben Quinn The UK’s police and security services remain dangerously ill-equipped to identify and counter the long-term terrorism threat from a new wave of far-right politics, according to researchers who helped head off a plot to assassinate a Labour MP. The anti-racism charity Hope not Hate was instrumental in foiling a plan to Read more about Far-right terrorists are one step ahead of you in UK, police told[…]

Jack Renshaw’s murder plot was revealed by Robbie Mullen, right

How Hope Not Hate’s network of spies exposes neo-Nazi terror groups

The Times | John Simpson They use codewords, encrypted messaging, secret drops in Indian restaurants and “bagmen” to deliver cash or pick up operatives in the field. The nine-strong team are not counterterrorism police or MI5, but volunteers for the charity Hope Not Hate who have led the battle against Britain’s rising far-right terrorist threat. Read more about How Hope Not Hate’s network of spies exposes neo-Nazi terror groups[…]

‘Jack Renshaw had attended a meeting in the Warrington pub to declare his intention to murder his local MP.’ Photograph: BBC

I helped stop a far-right terror plot. Are UK police ready for the next one?

Guardian | Matthew Collins Robbie Mullen joined the neo-Nazi group National Action in 2015. He’d been impressed by what he had seen of it in the media. He was angry at the world. And he was in search of friends. But he contacted the organisation I work for, Hope not Hate, in April 2017 when Read more about I helped stop a far-right terror plot. Are UK police ready for the next one?[…]