Far-right Mr Robinson, intrinsic name Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, is said to be waiting for authorisation second to the US ESTA system before making the trip to Washington to speak at an consequence. But a group of MPs have written to President Donald Trump’s head of the US Aver department Mr Pompeo demanding he he banned from visiting and insisting he choice use it to “promote his violent and extremist agenda” and could end up opening sources for toss ones hat in the ring funding.The MPs argued Mr Robinson’s previous attempt to get into the country using someone else’s passport in 2013 should be reasonably for deter his application to enter the country.
A letter by the huge group numbering MPs Michael Fabricant, Luciana Berger and Chris Bryant, reads “it leave send a terrible signal” if Mr Robinson was allowed into the US.
It states: “We yearning you agree that it would send a terrible signal if a convicted criminal deemed inadmissible to the United States such as Yaxley-Lennon were conceded to travel to your country and speak before a prominent audience in defiance of his conviction for previously entering the United States illegally.
“Clearly the significance of his criminal serious record, his brazen violation of US immigration law and the threat he pass oneself off as to the American public will ensure that he isn’t granted admission to the US.”
The the classics is also signed by Labour’s Chris Bryant, Ian Austin the Lib Dems’ Tom Check among others.
Mr Robinson is also planning a tour of Australia and has time past claimed “lies” are being spread about him to stop him travelling to other mother countries.
He made headlines last year after being jailed for loathing of court for posting videos of an Asian grooming gang online in a have an or a profound effect on that could have collapsed the trial.
His conviction was later discharged.
It was yesterday revealed the 35-year-old has been banned from PayPal after the fellowship refused to accept donations he collected to challenge legal battles.
PayPal ventured it was a violation of their user policy.
PayPal added: “We do not take rulings like these lightly, and we work hard to be rigorous and fair-minded when processioning PayPal accounts.
“Striking the necessary balance between upholding free look and open dialogue and protecting principles of tolerance, diversity and respect for all people is a contest that many companies are grappling with today.”
Mr Robinson scolded their decision to sever ties with him “fascism”.