Video footage of former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson, including a clip appearing to show him attacking a man outside a stadium, is admissible as evidence in a case attempting to ban him from England football matches, a district judge has ruled.
English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson has been sentenced to nine months in jail for contempt of court.
Tommy Robinson’s pledge to offer his European Parliament salary to grooming victims if he is elected has been rejected and branded a “profound insult” by women’s groups.
Facebook has taken the drastic step of issuing Tommy Robinson with a permanent ban across its social network and Instagram.
Activist Tommy Robinson has had his official Facebook page and Instagram profile removed because he has posted “in ways that violate our policies around organised hate”, according to the social network.