Judges Reconvict Tommy Robinson for Contempt of Court

Robinson's lawyer Richard Furlong had argued that he was being made an example of "because of who he is, because of his reputation and his political opinions", and that his behavior outside Leeds Crown Court was "not materially different to the behavior we see outside courts day in and day out" from the mainstream media.

"He should not be judged by a different standard of behaviour because of who he is," showing footage of Robinson himself being confronted by a noted BBC journalist outside court.

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