Since a high-point of public exposure, the UK far-right figure has lost support and alienated political allies.
The demonstration in London was organised by Hearts of Oak, a far-right "cultural movement" promoted by Tommy Robinson, former UKIP members and the YouTuber Sargon of Akkad.
In a video posted online, former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson said he is looking to "permanently relocate" his family.
My battle with the woke thought police showed me that it's time to act.
In short: the far-right agitator also known as Stephen Yaxley-Lennon probably doesn't need to worry about claiming asylum in the US.
Michael Fabricant suggesting that the Tory party needs a little "madness and pizazz" to get through Brexit was a deranged take to out-do, and yet...
Once again, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon is trying to turn himself into a martyr.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage was the latest target.
One of the milkshake chuckers said the drink "slipped" out of his hand.
Facebook and Instagram’s decision follows Twitter, which permanently banned him in March 2018.
The ex-EDL leader is trying to marry street politics with an electoral project.
"UKIP wasn't founded to be a party fighting a religious crusade.”