Tommy came to public prominence when he set up the English Defence League (EDL) in 2009 as a response to British soldiers being verbally abused by Muslims when they returned home in his home town of Luton. He left the EDL after it become infiltrated with racists who had a different agenda.

Tommy has faced periods in jail with his latest being in the UK’s highest security jail because he reported outside a trial of Muslim men being charged with involvement in a grooming gang. He now works as a journalist speaking out on issues such as the grooming gang scandal, anti-Semitism, Muslim demographics and lack of integration and the damage to the UK from the Multi cultural experiment which denigrates any feeling and expression of Britishness.