ACTIVIST and Journalist Tommy Robinson will face a fresh contempt of court hearing next week at the Old Bailey.
Mr Robinson, 35 was originally jailed for 13 months in May for reporting outside the case of a child grooming case in Leeds.
The case was thrown out and he was released from jail on August 1st following a legal battle and a mass ‘uprising’ across working-class Britain.
Many accused the British state of trying to silence Mr Robinson and lock him up in ‘secret’ after a media ban was placed on the proceedings.
In a 30-second hearing at the Old Bailey yesterday, Nicholas Hilliard QC confirmed that he would hear Robinson’s case on 23 October.
There is a planned protest and rally taking place outside the court on the 23rd.
Sources told Politicalite earlier this month that Tommy and his legal team “are convinced” that he’s going back to Prison.
Adding: “Tommy won’t be backing back down” and “Will never plead guilty because it’s not in him.”
If Mr Robinson is jailed next week it will seriously affect his plans to tackle real issues across Britain.
“It will change all the plans he’s got to tackle grooming gangs, once he’s a free man, there is some serious stuff that’s gonna be happening,” said a source close to Tommy.
“He’s gonna be travelling the UK to open everyone’s eyes to the corruption and lies, but he can’t do that until he’s a free man.”
A full-scale demonstration is going to be held outside the Old Bailey in London with a stage and a sound system with speakers from across the globe.
1,500 people are expected to attend the event described as “The Big One.”