Tommy Robinson faces more jail time for court contempt

Lawyers for Tommy Robinson have urged two judges not to punish him for his political beliefs as they decide whether he should be jailed again for contempt of court. The far-right activist is facing possible jail after he livestreamed defendants walking into Leeds Crown Court during a child sexual grooming trial in May last year. Robinson, appearing under his real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, 36, was jailed for 13 months but his conviction was overturned at the Court of Appeal in…

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