From the BBC
Former English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson has been released on bail after winning an appeal against a contempt of court finding.
The 35-year-old admitted the charge and was jailed in May for filming outside Leeds Crown Court during a trial.
At the Court of Appeal, Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett ruled the case be reheard as there had been technical flaws by the judge who jailed him.
Robinson’s solicitors said everyone has the “right to a fair hearing”.
The far-right activist, from Luton, was not present for the ruling in London and was released from his 13-month sentence being served at Onley Prison, near Rugby just before 15:30 BST.
Speaking to reporters, Robinson said: “All the British media do is lie. I have a lot to say but nothing to you.
“I want to thank the British public for all their support.”
In his written judgement, Lord Burnett said: “We are satisfied that the finding of contempt made in Leeds following a fundamentally flawed process, in what we recognise were difficult and unusual circumstances, cannot stand.
“We will direct that the matter be reheard before a different judge.”
Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley Lennon, will attend the Old Bailey for the hearing, conducted by the Recorder of London, “as soon as reasonably possible”.