THE leader of neo-Nazi group National Action was one of 11 men arrested in a terrorism probe on Wednesday.
Christopher Lythgoe, 31, was being quizzed by cops after a raid at his home in Warrington.
Lythgoe is said to have run a training camp in a converted warehouse.
Locals claim members of the far-right group train in fight clubs while preparing for a “race war” they believe is coming.
The 11 were arrested in different parts of England and Wales on suspicion of being members of the banned organisation.
Six were also suspected of preparing terror acts.
National Action glorified Labour MP Jo Cox’s murder last year.
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