AN alleged British neo-Nazi from Southampton has denied plotting to kill non-Aryans in a cyanide attack.

Mark Colborne, 36, today pleaded not guilty to preparing a terrorist act and will face trial on December 4.

Colborne, of Butts Road, Sholing, Southampton, appeared via videolink at at the Old Bailey in London to deny the charge of engaging in the preparation of terrorism acts on or before 2 July.

He was arrested in June when counter-terrorism police raided his home which he shares with his mother.

Colborne is also alleged to have possessed ingredients and equipment to create cyanide including charcoal, iron oxide, sodium carbonate, weighing scales and latex gloves.

He also allegedly had handwritten notes copied from The Terrorist Handbook online and books including Silent Death and The Poor Man's James Bond.