A politics student who called for the "extermination" of Jewish people has been found guilty of 12 terrorism charges.

Andrew Dymock, from Bath, established the banned right-wing groups System Resistance Network (SRN) and Sonnenkrieg Division.

He also published an article stating that Jewish people were a "cancer".

The 24-year-old was convicted at the Old Bailey and is due to be sentenced on 24 June.

From his parents' house in Bath and his student bedroom in Aberystwyth he established two now proscribed groups.

Dymock believed in what is known as the "Siege" ideology which advocates rape as a political weapon.

Read more: BBC News