An anti-racism activist says she was punched by supporters of Tommy Robinson during ugly scenes on his campaign trail yesterday.
Fights broke out around Robinson as he took his bid to become a Euro MEP to Warrington.
Alice Edwards says she was set upon by three of Robinson’s supporters, who were seen in footage brawling in the Cheshire town centre yesterday.
She says she suffered a broken nose in the violence, which came shortly after Robinson had a McDonald’s milkshake thrown over him.
Ms Edwards said she and her friends had planned to hold a demonstration against Robinson before the fighting.
She claims one of her friends was pushed and she was attacked as she tried to step in.
She told the Daily Mirror: ‘I got punched in the side of the head and stumbled away, and turned round and I had another one of Tommy’s hooligans running at me, swinging his arms at me.