Tommy Robinson Reportedly Flees UK To Protect Family

Alfie PowellAlfie Powell in News, World
Published 28.07.20

Stephen Yaxley-Lennon – known as Tommy Robinson – has reportedly fled Britain which, you know…

In a video, Robinson claimed that he has had to flee Britain after an alleged arson attack on his wife’s home, and he plans to relocate permanently. Not to be facetious and it’s never nice to see anyone attacked, but it is quite bizarre to see a man of his calibre and persuasion leaving the UK for good.

Robinson spoke of how he was supposed to be taking part in a demonstration, but due to new COVID laws, that was thwarted. He went on:

I had an incident quite a few weeks ago, with an arson… it was targeted against my wife’s property. At that point we left the country straight away.

I’m looking at relocating my family, which is pretty hard to do, especially with Covid. Obviously my wife has had enough of everything.

Someone gave us somewhere to stay, so we left the country. I was due to be flying back for the demonstration, but obviously now with this 14 day quarantine I probably won’t be able to get back“.

Handy that we have freedom of movement on the EU isn’t it… oh dear.

Tommy appears to have moved to Spain, at least for the time being, and you have to wonder whether he’ll consider himself a refugee, and expat, or just someone on an extended holiday while there.

I’ll be honest, I wouldn’t recognise Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon if I bumped into him on the street. He just looks like any generic white guy with a fade. Throw a stick at a Millwall game and you’ll get hundreds of them.

Previously, Robinson was found while on holiday with his family, and had abuse hurled at him by a man filming the incident.

I dislike the man, don’t get me wrong, but something wasn’t right about that.

Like I say, I think it’s because him family and kids were there and while I don’t know anything about his kids, they’re probably nothing like him. By all accounts, you’d assume that they’d be used to the abuse and admittedly, it was quite nice to see Robinson visibly uncomfortable; I’m just torn.