The thug known as Tommy Robinson – real name Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon – is marching with thousands of protesters tomorrow, just days before a crucial vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
But the group are set to be met by a counter-protest against Robinson, with Cops on standby in case violence breaks out
Organisers posted: “This is a cross-party People’s Rally to show our MPs that the 17.4 million who voted Leave really meant what we said!
“We need as many people here as possible.”
Given the violence seen at the Free Tommy demonstrations this summer, police it is hard to rule out the possibility of anger erupting again among supporters.
Counter-protests are also taking place with police monitoring, which they say is to “take appropriate and proportionate” action.
People are marching from Dorchester to Whitehall where a rally is taking place.
UKIP leader Gerard Batten is speaking along with his new appointed “adviser” on rape gangs and prison reform, Tommy Robinson.
The move comes despite the far-right thug being a convicted felon himself and was recently found guilty of contempt of court for filming outside a rape gang trial – which could have collapsed the whole case.
Robinson was released from jail on appeal after a second hearing was ordered.
The move from the “Muslim obsessed” UKIP leader Gerrard Batten sparked the resignation from UKIP founder Nigel Farage and previous leader Paul Nuttall.
Writing in The Telegraph, Mr Farage said: “My heart sinks as I reflect on the idea that they may be seen by some as representative of the cause for which I have campaigned for so much of my adult life.
“The very idea of Tommy Robinson being at the centre of the Brexit debate is too awful to contemplate.
“And so, with a heavy heart, and after all my years of devotion to the party, I am leaving Ukip today. There is a huge space for a Brexit party in British politics, but it won’t be filled by Ukip.”
Paul Nuttall said on resigning: “To conflate Brexit and Robinson at this crucial moment is to put the Eurosceptic cause in danger and I cannot and will not be party to that.”
The new UKIP adviser has been receiving backing from US billionaires after he admitted guilt over contempt and has become a folk hero to many “alt-right” Americans – while creaming in £2million in donations.
Tommy Robinson is the name of a well-known Luton football hooligan from the 1970s which was adopted by the far-right agitator when he founded the English Defence League.
But Mr Yaxley-Lennon has also been known under the alias “Paul Harris” which he changed by deed poll for reasons never explained.