Tommy Robinson is winning the world’s leading Free Speech Prize
Tommy Robinson is being awarded The Free Press Society's 2019 Sappho award - the award for the world's most important defender of free speech!
Tommy has fought for
free speech more than anyone in the western world. As you know, he was
sentenced to 66 days in solitary confinement, in Belmarsh prison, for "contempt
of court", just for reporting normally on a trial. That was on top of the ten
weeks he served the previous year for the same "contempt of court". Tommy was the first British journalist
sentenced to prison for contempt of court since the 1940s.