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Tommy Robinson faces up to two years in prison after judges rule him in contempt of court

Independent Friday, 5 July 2019
Tommy Robinson faces up to two years in prison after being found in contempt of court for livestreaming outside a grooming trial.
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News video: Tommy Robinson: Former EDL leader facing fresh court proceedings

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Former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson is facing fresh contempt of court proceedings. The 36-year-old was jailed for 13 months in May 2018 for filming and broadcasting people involved in a criminal trial. The finding was quashed in August after he won an appeal.

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