British far-right activist  Tommy Robinson, arrives at the Old Bailey  in London, England. Photograph:  Luke Dray/Getty Images

Tommy Robinson has been jailed for a second time over a video he broadcast on Facebook featuring defendants in a criminal trial — in breach of a repor(...)

UK Independence Party  and pro-Brexit supporters at the “Brexit Betrayal” march in London on Sunday. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Theresa May is under growing pressure to postpone Tuesday’s vote on her Brexit deal and to attempt to persuade the European Union to renegotiate it. B(...)

Counter-demonstrators protest against the UK Freedom Rally in Belfast. Photograph: Amanda Ferguson

People Before Profit MLA Gerry Carroll has said that every time the far-right tries to mobilise in Belfast they will be met with opposition from anti-(...)

The 100 or so people who took part in the “UK Freedom March” rally in Belfast were met with a counter-demonstration by anti-fascint groups. Photograph: Amanda Ferguson

Several hundred anti-fascist activists have gathered outside Belfast City Hall to counter-protest a “UK Freedom March” rally marking the second annive(...)

Tommy Robinson at a press conference at the Montague Hotel, central London yesterday, after announcing that he is to stand down from the EDL.  Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA

Former English Defence League leader, Tommy Robinson, who quit the organisation yesterday saying it had been infiltrated by fascists, last night that (...)

A group of British National Party  supporters gather outside the Houses of Parliament in London. The protest was one of scores organised on Saturday by the far-right party and its rival, the English Defence League. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Hemmed in behind police barriers across the road from the Houses of Parliament, the dozens of British National Party supporters looked forlorn. Outsid(...)

English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson (left) with EDL supporters outside The Queens Arms pub in Woolwich following the killing earlier this week of a British soldier.  Photograph: Neil Lancefield/PA Wire

The English Defence League (EDL), which took to the streets of Woolwich after Wednesday’s atrocity, has had a short but violent history and is (...)