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A LEADING BNP activist from Suffolk has pleaded guilty to possession of an explosive substance without an explosives licence.

The 49-year-old pleaded not guilty to having an explosive substance under suspicious circumstances and possessing a prohibited weapon.

A fourth charge of possession of ammunition with intent to endanger life was withdrawn by the Crown Prosecution Service during the same hearing.

Lucas is due to stand trial for the two allegations he denies on July 26 at the Crown Court.

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