Tommy Robinson found unconscious after attack

 
Tommy Robinson found unconscious after attack
Tommy Robinson, co-founder of EDL and PEGIDA UK, is in hospital following an attack during a night out in his hometown of Luton.

Robinson, which real name is Stephen Lennon, was on a night out with his wife when he was found unconscious with head injuries.

He is currently in hospital, but thought to be recovering, writes Helen Gower, a friend of Robinson on Facebook:

"Tommy attacked - for those of you asking how he is, he is okay.
He was on a night out with his wife and was found unconscious they have been at the Hospital all night and he has had his head glued up, yet again! Had an xray and CT scan as well and is suffering from concussion. He is asleep at the moment but I'm sure he will be on later today."

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Tommy Robinson found unconscious after attack

 
Tommy Robinson found unconscious after attack
Tommy Robinson, co-founder of EDL and PEGIDA UK, is in hospital following an attack during a night out in his hometown of Luton.

Robinson, which real name is Stephen Lennon, was on a night out with his wife when he was found unconscious with head injuries.

He is currently in hospital, but thought to be recovering, writes Helen Gower, a friend of Robinson on Facebook:

"Tommy attacked - for those of you asking how he is, he is okay.
He was on a night out with his wife and was found unconscious they have been at the Hospital all night and he has had his head glued up, yet again! Had an xray and CT scan as well and is suffering from concussion. He is asleep at the moment but I'm sure he will be on later today."

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