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During a hearing at the Old Bailey, he pleaded guilty to downloading 1,170 images from the dark web over the course of several months as well as having a "sickening" paedophile manual.
At an earlier hearing on January 26, the senior judge set a trial at the Old Bailey for October 15.
Anjem Choudary (left) and Mohammed Mizanur Rahman have been jailed at the Old Bailey
Hussain appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court on Friday when the case committed to the crown court at the Old Bailey, in London, on August 26.
Begg, of Boden Road, Hall Green, Birmingham, is due to stand trial at the Old Bailey on October 6.
The pair were remanded in custody to face trial at the Old Bailey on November 18.
They will appear again at the Old bailey on the 27 September for a preliminary hearing.
Co-accused Michael Adebowale, 22, from Greenwich, south east London, later appeared via video-link at the Old Bailey.
Anton Rodgers - the son of Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers - was asleep in the bed wearing only his boxers and when she woke him, he seemed unconcerned, she told the Old Bailey.
As the final verdicts were delivered at the Old Bailey on Wednesday a political row erupted over donations to the Conservative Party.
Price took part in the car bombing of the Old Bailey in London on March 8, 1973.
Predominantly working-class citizens trooped into the Old Bailey courthouse accused of murder, rape, extortion and many other misdeeds.
Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud had previously subjected Bandar Abdulaziz to physical assaults and mistreatment, the Old Bailey was told.
The team's win repeated the school's success in the national final in 2002, which also took place at the Old Bailey.
Mr Stagg was acquitted at the Old Bailey after a judge ruled police used a "honey trap" plot to encourage him to confess.