Back in 2011, Tommy Robinson, co-founder of the right-wing street protest movement, the English Defence League, was convicted of leading a street brawl with 100 football fans in the town of Luton.
— Wreqz (@wreqz) November 17, 2018
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon aka Tommy Robinson turned up at Luton Town today for a Luton firm get together. He arrived with a team of bouncers. He was confronted and told he's not welcome by #LUTONFLAF
Remember this is his… https://t.co/z6ynMdmyU5
— Football Lads & Lasses Against Fascism (@LadsLasses) November 17, 2018
I’ve been alcohol free for 3 months now (I’m not an alcoholic but just proving to myself I can do it) but now I’m hearing Stephan Yaxley-Lennon (Tommy Robinson) & his mates have been ironed out at a Luton match I might have a celebratory pint
— Sam (@Murphy1Sam) November 17, 2018
I am seriously disappointed in whoever did this to him. Where’s the slow-motion footage of the critical moment? They’ll just have to do it again and again until the video looks good.
— That Keith, #FBPE (@thatkeith) November 18, 2018
Hope he got proper battered.
— Kick Arse (@kickarseHD) November 17, 2018
Assaults in the street are unacceptable. No matter what someone's political affiliation is.
— Herman Bullwinkle (@Bullwinkle19) November 17, 2018
Tommy's a brilliant guy. Very brave man. True patriot.
— George A. Wilesmith (@georgewilesmith) November 17, 2018