BBC News reports that an unnamed 16 year old girl from Manchester has pled guilty to 2 counts of terrorism charges related to posessing documents that were likely to be of use to a person preparing or committing an act of terrorism.
This is linked to the arrest of a 14 year old boy from Blackburn who had previously pleaded guilty to terrorism charges.
There are no specifics, and the article stated that no evidence was found that the girl was aware or played any part in the Anzac Day plot or any plan to harm others or incite terrorism in the UK or elsewhere, the court was told.
She had ad possession of the anarchist's cookbook 2000 (something older readers who were internet aware would hae heard of before it became a criminal offence to be intrigued by such material - especially if you are a Muslim).
While sentencing has not yet occurred, the judge has promised her some time behind bars.
This for someone there is no evidence or allegation that she ever intended or tried to take part in any terrorist related activity.
Once again, this should be contrasted with the case of Michael Piggin, who was "...planning to carry out a murderous attack on his former school, a cinema, a mosque and a council office near his home in the Midlands..." walked free from court when the jury at a second trial failed to reach a verdict.
We cant be considered a part of one nation if the law is applied differently to us.