A former British National Party election candidate has been jailed for two and a half years after he admitted stockpiling explosive chemicals.
Robert Cottage had pleaded guilty in February to possessing the chemicals, for what he believes will be a future civil war in Britain.
Cottage denied plotting to cause an explosion.
During a swoop, police discovered 21 types of chemicals which, when mixed together, could have formed explosives.
They also recovered a 300-page computer document called the Anarchy Cookbook which detailed how to make different types of bombs.