A contempt of court case against the far-right activist Tommy Robinson has been adjourned at the Old Bailey after a brief hearing.
The recorder of London, Nicholas Hilliard QC, adjourned the case, saying he would receive written submissions before making a ruling at a later date. The recorder's ruling will determine whether there will be a substantive hearing at the Old Bailey into the alleged contempt of court.
Robinson was released on bail with the only condition that he does not approach within 400 metres of Leeds crown court, where his original hearing took place.
After the short hearing, Robinson waved to his supporters from a window in the Old Bailey canteen, to huge cheers and chants of: "We will be back again, we will be back again" and, "Oh Tommy Tommy".