An Ilford teenage extremist behind a campaign to promote jihad has pleaded guilty to three charges of terrorism.

The 17-year-old admitted creating flyers and CDs, featuring lectures by a banned hate-preacher, which were found in prayer rooms in two of London's biggest hospitals.

At Westminster Magistrates' Court today, the teenager, who cannot be identified because of his age, pleaded guilty to two charges of encouraging and assisting the commission of a terrorist offence between December 2016 and October last year.

He further admitted one count of providing a service to assist an act of terrorism.

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