We've sent REAL REPORTERS to cover Tommy Robinson's trial. Watch all our reports here.

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

UPDATE: Tommy Robinson was convicted of contempt of court. He's going back to Prison.

Now, what should we do?

I sat through the whole two-day hearing, and I truly thought Tommy would be acquitted. The Attorney General had no case.

Our reporting obviously didn’t change the course of Tommy’s contempt hearing. But it did do something very important — it let the world know of the grave injustice done last week. We told the other side of the story, countering the cheering, jeering leftist media who would love to see Tommy locked up.

We rang the alarm — something Tommy himself has been unable to do ever since social media companies banned him.

You can see all our reports on Tommy's trial and sentencing on this page. 



Tommy Robinson is on trial again. This is the big one. A two-day trial.

No more delays, no more preliminary skirmishes over technical matters.

The trial starts on Thursday, July 4. And by Friday afternoon, Tommy Robinson will either be free, or he will go back to prison, where he may be killed as many British prisons are run by Muslim gangs who have a fatwa out on his head.

This prosecution tomorrow is not necessary. The highest criminal judge in the UK already through the original contempt of court charge out. 


And Tommy — he has no voice. He can’t do what he did when he had one million Facebook followers and almost one million Twitter fans. They shut him down.

Tommy has been silenced. And the mainstream media, who normally would be shocked that a journalist was imprisoned and given such abusive treatment in prison — well, they’re cheering for his conviction and imprisonment. They don’t care about free speech.

There will be a dozen reporters in court. But none of them will tell the truth — I have seen that with my own eyes. The British Media Party, as I’ll call them, have decided in advance to smear Tommy.


But I’m not going alone. My friend Andrew Lawton is coming back along with our wonderful young journalist, Jessica Swietoniowski, and Avi Yemini from Australia too. 

The most important fight is in the court of law but the second most important fight is in the court of public opinion. We’ve got to get the facts out, and you just can’t trust the BBC, the Guardian and the tabloids.


Unlike the public broadcaster, we don’t get £5 billion pounds a year from the license fee. We don’t get a penny. We’re completely independent. But that means we rely 100 per cent on viewers like you. Please take a moment to chip in £5 or £50 or whatever you can by clicking here.

I promise I’ll report comprehensively — all day on Twitter, on video during breaks from the case, and so will Jessica, and Andrew, and our other guest. And you can watch all of our reports from our trip on this page. 

Thank you — and good luck to us all.


BREAKING: Tommy Robinson sentenced to nine months in prison

July 11, 2019 — Tommy Robinson has been sent back to prison — for the second time, for the “crime” of live-streaming his political commentary outside the trial of a rape gang in Leeds in 2018.

That political broadcast was deemed “contempt of court” even though it did not disrupt the trial, which successfully convicted the rapists.

Nonetheless, moments ago Dame Victoria Sharp and Justice Mark Warby sentenced Tommy to six months in prison. She also activated the previous suspended sentence against him, by a court in Canterbury back in 2017. That’s nine months.

By law, Tommy’s sentence will be reduced to take into account the time already served. In the end, the judge calculated, he’ll be sent to jail for 19 weeks, and let out half-way.

That’s more than two months in prison, for giving his opinions on Facebook. 

If a journalist in Russia or Venezuela were to be punished in this manner, we’d call him a political prisoner. 

So what do we call it when it happens in the UK? 

Ezra Levant: Tommy Robinson being sentenced today

July 11, 2019 — Ezra Levant is at the sentencing of Tommy Robinson. Ezra reports before the sentencing begins. 

Tommy Robinson discusses contempt verdict with Andrew Lawton

July 5, 2019 — Andrew Lawton of True North News was one of the real journalists that were brought to the UK to cover Tommy Robinson's trial. After the verdict, Tommy joined  Andrew, to discuss the court's finding. Tommy said it's never been more important for people to speak up against the elites before they no longer can.

Tommy Robinson: FULL SPEECH after "guilty" verdict

July 5, 2019 — Tommy Robinson delivered a passionate speech on stage after his guilty verdict in his contempt of court trial. 

Tommy: I'm going to jail for confronting a “convicted Muslim pedophile”

July 5, 2019 — Tommy Robinson explains that his guilty verdict was a rule on politics, not “on the law.”

Tommy Robinson's guilty verdict: Here's what the court says he did wrong

July 5, 2019 — Tommy Robinson has been found guilty on three counts, all related to the freedom of the press. 

Tommy Robinson: Proof that “our justice system is corrupt”

July 5, 2019 — Tommy Robinson has been handed a guilty verdict. Here's his message to viewers and supporters all around the world.

BREAKING: Tommy Robinson found GUILTY of contempt of court

July 5, 2019 — Ezra Levant: "I'm shocked. I guess I was naive — I really believed that, given the prosecution's weak case against him, Tommy Robinson would be found not guilty of contempt of court. Yet this morning, the judges handed down a guilty verdict."

Prosecutor's “chilling admission”: Tommy Robinson trial UPDATE

July 5, 2019 — We just had a lunch break in Tommy Robinson’s contempt trial. And the prosecutor made a pretty chilling admission.

Tommy Robinson's trial continues: Here's what the prosecutor is asking

July 5, 2019 — It's the morning of day two of Tommy Robinson's contempt of court trial. Jessica S. details what the prosecutor has been leading with.

Ezra Levant: Tommy Robinson trial, Day Two

July 5, 2019 — Ezra Levant is about to enter the Old Bailey courthouse in London, on the second and final day of Tommy Robinson's re-trial on contempt of court charges. Ezra provides a "morning legal briefing" describing what's happened so far, and his prediction of how day two will go.

BOMBSHELL in Tommy Robinson re-trial (Day One)

July 4, 2019 — At the end of Day One of Tommy Robinson's two-day trial, Ezra Levant sums up the shocking testimony he heard in court that morning. This is a clip from Ezra's Premium Content show. You can watch the entire show by clicking here

Tommy Robinson Retrial: No verdict yet, here's what we learned

July 4, 2019 — The first day of Tommy Robinson's retrial here at the Old Bailey is over. Jessica S. delivers her thoughts on today's proceedings. 

Ezra Levant speaks at Tommy Robinson rally outside the courthouse

July 4, 2019 — At the conclusion of the first day of Tommy Robinson's retrial at the Old Bailey, Ezra was asked to say a few words to the hundreds of supporters outside. He talked about the shocking things he heard in court that morning.

WHISTLEBLOWER: Police inaction against UK “grooming gangs” exposed by ex-constable

July 4, 2019 — One of the speakers at the rally outside Tommy Robinson's retrial in London was ex-Leicestershire police officer Dionne Moller. She detailed the poor treatment grooming gang victims received from the police, who she says were indifferent to investigating these crimes and bringing the accused to justice.

UK rape gang victim SPEAKS OUT to support Tommy Robinson

July 4, 2019 — Outside of the Old Bailey, a grooming gang victim called Amy was welcomed on stage by Tommy Robinson to tell her story.

“They're monsters”: UK rape gang victim explains how grooming works

July 4, 2019 — (CONTENT WARNING) At the Tommy Robinson trial, one victim of the UK's rape gangs spoke to me about her experience and how she thinks the nightmare can be stopped.

Ezra Levant: Case against Tommy Robinson so weak it's “embarrassing”

July 4, 2019 — During a break in Tommy Robinson's retrial, Ezra explains why he's deeply embarrassed for the prosecution. What they're putting Tommy on trial for his so weak, if he loses, it will lead to censorship of all journalism.

Tommy Robinson's speech outside court: “The Media should be standing WITH me”

July 4, 2019 — During a break in his trial today, Tommy Robinson gave a speech to supporters outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London, explaining why his case is about more than simply his right to report the news. It's about press freedom for all journalists.

Ezra Levant in London: “Tommy Robinson's case is strong”

July 4, 2019 — So much about Tommy's case is unprecedented: He's being tried again even though a court of appeal threw out the previous conviction. This is really about punishing a dissident voice who refuses to be silenced.

Tommy Robinson at the Old Bailey: Cheering crowds wait outside

July 4, 2019 — Tommy Robinson supporters are filling the streets outside of London's Old Bailey on the morning of his retrial for “contempt of court.” The Rebel's Jessica Swietoniowski is outside of the courthouse while Ezra tweets inside.

Tommy Robinson tells Ezra Levant: “I've committed no crime”

July 3, 2019 — The night before his retrial for "contempt of court," Ezra Levant speaks to Tommy Robinson about what he thinks his chances are of being found not guilty, and why even some "conservative" journalists in the UK won't interview him.

Tommy Robinson on trial: “The freedom of every journalist is at stake”

July 3, 2019 — Jessica Swietoniowski speaks with Tommy Robinson the night before his trial is set to begin. 

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commented 2019-07-11 13:37:19 -0400
Ezra,"That’s more than two months in prison, for giving his opinions on Facebook. you wrote: "
I think you mean that’s ANOTHER two months for giving his opinions.
It is an absolute travesty of justice.
commented 2019-07-11 07:26:57 -0400
I am English, no longer proud and got myself and family out to Thailand 16 years ago and will not return to my country that no longer represents me.
The last time I cried was when a close family member died 11 years ago and I`m crying now on reading that Tommy has been sent back to jail. Nazi war criminals were given fairer trials.
Can`t imagine how his wife must be feeling and his children now absent of their father and probably have little idea what`s going on. I`m also concerned that Tommy may end up receiving serious harm in a prison system run by Muslim fanatics.
This is an atrocity, draconian laws imposed by an ultra left wing State.
I have donated financial support for Tommy and when I published a post supporting Tommy on my facebook, facebook took the post down and threatened to close my account.
I do hope the British people realise this is a sad day for us all because Tommy stood for all of us. We are all in that prison with him.
commented 2019-07-06 00:00:35 -0400
Wat Tyler, byname of Walter Tyler, (died June 15, 1381, London), leader of the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381, the first great popular rebellion in English history; his leadership proved one of the chief factors in the success of protest against the harsh taxation of the poorer classes.
Chosen as captain by the Kentish rebels on June 7, Tyler led them in the capture of Canterbury (June 10); of the Savoy palace belonging to John of Gaunt, the King’s uncle (June 13); and of London Bridge and the Tower of London (June 14). Although King Richard II promised concessions on June 14, Tyler’s men refused to disarm and disband. They met with Richard on June 15 at Smithfield, where Tyler presented more radical demands, which included the confiscation of all church lands. Fighting broke out in the course of the negotiations, and Tyler was badly wounded. His followers carried him to St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, from which he was later dragged away and beheaded by order of the lord mayor of London, William (later Sir William) Walworth. After Tyler’s death the government quickly reasserted its authority and ended the rebellion.
Does this ring a bell?
commented 2019-07-04 18:24:22 -0400
If the Cabinet member is as ignorant as that, then that is where the problem is coming from.
I don’t know the UK system, but is a Cabinet member elected and if so what party?
Hopefully the new Brexit party will be able to do something.
This is ludicrous. England is a disaster.
commented 2019-07-04 12:57:43 -0400
This alleged upsurge of antisemitism in the British Labour party is interesting and disturbing.
I also had a parallel experience with Islam and the UK Labour party in Camden, North Central London.
I was pointing out to Camden Council and asking why an Islamic event in Tavistock Square, the site of the 7/7 2005 Islamic terrorist bus bombing, was given permission given the sensitivity of the site and its history.

I thought the Labour Party dominated Camden Council in central London should be ashamed of itself for allowing this and wrote.

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This is where the suicide bomber blew himself up on 7/7 2005 killing 13 innocents on a bus. I lived but 1 minute from there. I and my family were lucky but by allowing this event, it is a slap in the face of the families of the dead and injured by the Islamists. Is Camden now absolutely taken over by the Islamist group? Is this Labour pampering for votes showing no respect from Islam for the dead? Why did Camden council agree to this? Why wasn’t the event held in another park? Is Camden becoming like Tower Hamlets?
I am portrayed as the villain by pointing this out. Here is what the local Labour councillor replied who is obviously more concerned about votes and fine-sounding words than respect for the relatives of the dead and injured and trauma of the survivors. Is this part of the Labour mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s idea of learning to live with these events?

‘The council agreed to this because Camden is an open, tolerant, anti-racist borough and councillors want to play their part in ensuring this remains so. The peaceful practice of religion has nothing to do with the insinuations you make. It is you who stokes intolerance. If you have now left Camden then I am glad but sorry only for wherever you have ended up.’

Adam Harrison

Adam Harrison
Cabinet member for a sustainable Camden
Bloomsbury ward
T: 07584 407 456

What an empathic man. What insinuations? The bombing happened. Peaceful practise of religion!!! Labour won’t be getting my vote.
Clem Alford
7/7 London Bombings: 10 Years On

commented 2019-07-04 11:57:56 -0400
This is a blatant attack on free speech and criticism of Islam.