Tommy Robinson case - live: Supporters hurl beer cans as protests erupt after EDL found in contempt of court

Tommy Robinson is facing another prison sentence after being found in contempt of court by judges at the Old Bailey.

The 36 year-old founder of the English Defence League was found to have breached reporting restrictions on a grooming trial by livestreaming a video outside Leeds Crown Court.

Robinson, who is in court under his real name of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was previously jailed for 13 months in May 2018 but was freed on appeal because the original contempt hearing was "rushed".

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Two High Court judges, Dame Victoria Sharp and Mr Justice Warby, are due to decide on the sentence at another hearing on 11 July.