A man and woman have been found guilty of plotting a “devastating” terror attack in the UK using a homemade bomb.
Food factory worker Munir Mohammed, 36, from Derby, and pharmacist Rowaida El-Hassan, 33, from north-west London, also exchanged messages about ricin.
The Old Bailey heard asylum seeker Mohammed signed up for a “new job in the UK”, while messaging an IS commander via Facebook.
He used El-Hassan’s chemical knowledge after they met on a dating website. Continue reading.