Far-right activist and western front wannabe Tommy Robinson has been released from Belmarsh maximum bellend facility after serving just nine weeks of a nine-month sentence for his contempt of court and whatever else reckons it knows what’s better for England.
Meanwhile, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, who was sentenced along with Robinson, remains locked up inside Robinson with little chance of being allowed back out into civilised society, despite making repeated appeals for leniency to his personal judge and jailer.
One reporter attempted to ask Yaxley-Lennon for a comment on prisoners serving only a fraction of their sentence, but Robinson responded: “I ain’t gonna let that filthy little ponce out again. He can stay inside where he belongs. I blame the parents. Too bloody soft letting Luton boys like me dress up in women’s clothes and make friends with immigrant kids.”