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# tommy robinson

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Sinn Féin TD says there's 'no place on the streets' for Tommy Robinson in Ireland
Robinson confirmed that he was in Ireland in a video on social media.
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Tommy Robinson handed five-year stalking order after harassing UK journalist
Robinson shouted abuse outside the home of The Independent home affairs correspondent Lizzie Dearden.
Syrian schoolboy wins libel case against far-right figure Tommy Robinson
The English Defence League founder was sued by Jamal Hijazi who was filmed being assaulted at his school in 2018.
Former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson charged with common assault
Robinson was arrested on Sunday after an incident at a Centre Parcs adventure park.
Far-right activist Tommy Robinson given nine-month jail sentence
Robinson was found guilty last week of being in contempt of court.
Far-right activist Tommy Robinson found guilty over Facebook broadcast
Robinson has built a large online following with links to international white nationalist groups.
UK police ask McDonald's restaurant to suspend milkshake sales ahead of Nigel Farage rally
A number of public figures in the UK have had milkshakes thrown at them in public recently.
British far-right figure Tommy Robinson to run in EU elections
Robinson was the founder of the anti-Islam English Defence League.
Police appeal for calm as restrictions imposed on pro- and anti-Brexit rallies in London this weekend
The Met Police said the priority is to avoid violence, disorder and disruption.
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, aka Tommy Robinson, back in court over contempt charges
The case has been referred to the UK’s Attorney General.
Tommy Robinson supporters chant his name as he's freed from prison
Robinson, who founded a street-level Islamophobic fringe group called the English Defence League, was serving a 13-month jail sentence.
EDL leader arrested after breaking police ban on Woolwich march
Scotland Yard had told the EDL not to go ahead with a planned rally at the barracks in Woolwich in London where soldier Lee Rigby was hacked to death.