Information from Facebook, including Tommy Robinson’s address, and how people can help him:
Due to the reporting restrictions set down by the judge I am unable to report on anything said or done in the court room other than Tommy was given 13 months for Contempt of Court and immediately taken to prison.
Tommy’s solicitor is meeting Tommy on Tuesday to discuss what next steps can be taken, if any. She was deliberately misled by the police, who informed her on the phone that he was being released, and when she asked for confirmation that he would be released and that there was no need for her to travel to Leeds they informed her that was correct. The police immediately took Tommy to the court and appointed a Court Solicitor, who was useless.
Below are details to contact Tommy if you wish to send messages of support, money for postage stamps, phone calls and food/toiletries are always appreciated. Tommy is okay so far.
A2084CG Stephen Lennon
HMP Hull Prison
If you wish to help Tommy’s legal fund you can do so by going to tommyrobinson.online/support.
Please feel free to share this information with others, and pages/groups and any other stories out there regarding Tommy where he is or isn’t are FAKE.
A report from today’s demo outside 10 Downing Street:
About 1,000 supporters turned up. The police were not expecting it. We managed to block Whitehall traffic both ways for a couple of hours with traffic piling back.
The police were unprepared, and when they did turn up were treated to chants of “scum, scum”. There was one moment when it looked as if they were moving in on the crowd, but the moment passed and the crowd marched up Whitehall, past the Houses of Parliament and into a nearby park where there were speeches by Raheem Kassam, Gerard Batten, Janice Atkinson MEP and a few others. Then the crowd dispersed quietly.
Another demo has been planned for 1pm to 4pm tomorrow (Sunday) at Speaker’s Corner. Anne Marie Waters is due to speak.