Choose Your News
Loading...
Thumbnail
A TOMMY Robinson supporter who taunted MP Anna Soubry and accused her of "doing Adolf Hitler's work" has been spared jail. [Read More]
Thumbnail
A TOMMY Robinson supporter has been spared jail after taunting Remainer MP Anna Soubry by calling her a "Nazi". James Goddard, 30, filmed himself hurling... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Tommy Robinson was punched in the jaw by a 70-year-old fellow inmate because he was acting 'like a celebrity', a source has claimed. The English... [Read More]
A report from the Daily Star claiming that Tommy Robinson was assaulted in prison shortly after his arrival is fake news, according to the spokesperson... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Robinson, 36, is serving time in a London prison for filming defendants in a child grooming trial despite a reporting ban. Robinson has repeatedly criticised... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Robinson, 36, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, is locked up in London's HMP Belmarsh for putting a child grooming trial at risk... [Read More]
Thumbnail
TOMMY Robinson was punched in the face by a 70-year-old on his first day in prison, the Daily Star Sunday can reveal. [Read More]
Thumbnail
As reported last week by Cassandra Fairbanks… UK activist Tommy Robinson was sentenced to six months in prison last week for three counts of contempt... [Read More]
Thumbnail
In a keynote speech in London, Sajid Javid said Nigel Farage 'deserved credit' for leaving Ukip as it lurched to the far-Right when taken over... [Read More]
Facebook removes post. [Read More]
A TOMMY Robinson supporter pleaded guilty today to taunting Remainer MP Anna Soubry with shouts of "Nazi" outside Parliament. James Goddard, 30, filmed himself hurling... [Read More]
British activist and citizen journalist Tommy Robinson was found guilty of contempt of court and sentenced to 9-months in prison for streaming a Facebook Live... [Read More]
In short: the far-right agitator also known as Stephen Yaxley-Lennon probably doesn't need to worry about claiming asylum in the US. [Read More]
Former Norwegian Justice Minister Per-Willy Amundsen has previously called on his nation to grant asylum to embattled activist Tommy Robinson, jailed in the UK. [Read More]
Loading...
Preview