The far-right leader Tommy Robinson has been arrested following an alleged altercation with a man at a holiday park, according to reports.

The English Defence League founder, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, reportedly got into an argument with another man at the Centre Parcs complex in Bedfordshire.

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Witnesses claimed the 37-year-old confronted another man in the pool area before punching him in the face.

Police confirmed the attended an incident at Woburn Forest park on Sunday afternoon.

A Bedfordshire Police spokesperson said: “One man sustained an injury to his face, and received first aid at the scene.

“A 37-year-old man from Bedford was arrested on suspicion of common assault and has been bailed until April 2. An investigation is ongoing."

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Robinson was released from HMP Belmarsh after serving 19 weeks of a nine month sentence for contempt of court in September.

A spokesman for Center Parcs UK said: ‘I can confirm that an incident occurred at Center Parcs Woburn Forest on Sunday afternoon to which the police attended.’