JAILED right-wing activist Tommy Robinson has been given a new appeal date it has been confirmed.
Tommy will appear at The Royal Courts of Justice, London on the 24th July.
A planned march on the 14th July to protest his prison sentence will still take place with his official Facebook page confirmed.
“Looking forward to seeing you all in Whitehall on July 14th before then! #FreeTommy” – Official Tommy Robinson Facebook Page
His original appeal was scheduled for the 10th July but this was cancelled earlier this week.
Government lawyers claimed they were ‘not ready’, even though Tommy was arrested and jailed within five hours.
Earlier this week, it was also revealed by the lads over at Kipper Central that the presiding Judge, Lord Leveson had already declared Tommy Robinson guilty in a radio interview, which called into question his impartiality.
Lord Leveson gave an interview to the BBC Radio 4s Law In Action program on June 24th in which he used the case of Mr Robinson as an example of when posting material on the internet can lead to imprisonment due to contempt of court.
Leveson said: “Members of the public ought to know that publishing comments which impact unfairly on the course of a trial could constitute contempt of court and there is a very good recent example of a man who videoed material which he fed into the internet which did constitute contempt of court as a result of which he was sentenced to a term of imprisonment.”
The radio host, Joshua Rozenberg, said: “This is Tommy Robinson?” Leveson replied “It is indeed”.
Clearly, Lord Leveson had already formed an opinion of the case.