Tommy Robinson given nine-month jail sentence for contempt of court

Far-right activist will serve 10 weeks after being found guilty of breaching reporting ban

Tommy Robinson has been given a nine-month prison sentence – of which he will serve about 10 weeks – after he was found guilty of contempt of court at an earlier hearing.

Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, broadcast reports that encouraged “vigilante action” and “unlawful physical” aggression against defendants in a s****l exploitation trial, according to the judges who found him guilty last week.

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Source: The Guardian
Tommy Robinson given nine-month jail sentence for contempt of court