A man has denied possessing a note detailing plans to attack a synagogue.

Mason Reynolds, of Moulsecoomb Way in Brighton, appeared at the Old Bailey via video link today charged with possessing an article for terrorist purposes.

Reynolds, 18, is facing trial on the charge, as well as other accusations, after he was arrested on June 27 by counterterrorism police.

His 11 charges are linked to an “extreme right-wing ideology” including counts of dissemination of terrorist publications and collecting information which could be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

Mr Justice Jeremy Baker set a provisional trial at Winchester Crown Court from April 10 2024 with a further hearing on December 8.

Reynolds was remanded in custody.