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Tommy Robinson freed from jail two months into contempt of court sentence

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Tommy Robinson freed from jail two months into contempt of court sentence

Tommy Robinson freed from jail two months into contempt of court sentence

Tommy Robinson has been released from jail two months after being given a nine-month sentence for contempt of court.

The founder of the English Defence League had a beard and uncut hair as he spoke to supporters and the media outside Belmarsh prison in south-east London on Friday morning.

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