Judges at the Old Bailey have given the go-ahead for fresh proceedings to be brought against Robinson over an allegation he committed contempt of court by filming people in a criminal trial and broadcasting footage on social media.
Lady Justice Sharp said permission would be given for proceedings to go ahead on all grounds.
She said reasons for the decision would be given at a later date.
Robinson, real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, claimed the action against him was ‘politically motivated’ in an address to supporters before the hearing today.
The far-right activist was also met by anti-racist protesters who turned up to out-sing Robinson’s followers with chants of ‘refugees are welcome here’.
One supporter even made a giant milkshake with the sign ‘Want fries with that Tommy?’ to taunt Robinson, who was hit with milkshake by two different people in two days while campaigning in the north of England.
After the court’s decision was announced, the crowd who turned up to support Robinson outside the Old Bailey booed and chanted ‘shame on you’.
The full hearing will be on July 4 and 5 at the Old Bailey.