New to me, saw it this morning, really beautifully marked...photos do not do it justice. Any help would be great.
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I don't know but I wondered if it could be a white - Final instar nymph? As per British Bugs website example.
I think the identification up at the top is correct. It is called the Cabbage or Brassica bug, under the Pentatomidae classification.
These nymphs can be tricky, but this one has the thin pale antennal band of Troilus luridus - and everything else as well.
Lat/Lng: 52.0, 1.1
OS grid ref: TM1544