Tommy Robinson: Set Free or Stitched Up? Decision Delayed


His barrister was Jeremy Dein, QC, who spent more than an hour going through his argument, with barely an interruption by the judges. Dein says there is no "rehabilitative aspect" whatsoever. Tommy is only permitted 30 minutes of yard time per day. Not permitted to work. Not permitted to attend church. As a result of his solitary confinement, he is not even permitted to talk with his children. Dein further described Tommy's treatment in prison as being like that of a murderer, not a civil prisoner.

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