Tommy Robinson Hospitalised After Being Attacked Outside Essex Nightclub, Days After Pegida Rally

Tommy Robinson is recovering in hospital after being found unconscious following a night out with his wife at an Essex nightclub – just days after he led a Pegida march in Birmingham.

A spokesperson for Robinson, Helen Lel Gower, wrote on Facebook on Sunday that the former leader of the English Defence League “has had his head glued up, yet again”. According to reports the 33-year-old was hit over the head from behind early on Sunday morning, in an incident being investigated by police as an assault.

Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, had undergone an X-ray and CT scan, Gower said, and was suffering from concussion. He was discharged on Sunday, but was said to have returned to hospital on Monday because he was feeling unwell.

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