FAR-RIGHT activist Tommy Robinson was banned from entering Cumbria after he was arrested in Barrow last month.

The English Defence League founder was among four men arrested in the town following a report of assault on a man in Hollywood Park last month.

Officers said they were later apprehended in the Douglas Street area of Walney.

Police revealed that investigations into the incident are ‘continuing’.

A video of Mr Robinson on holiday with his family on Greece has recently been circulating on social media.

In the video Mr Robinson is confronted by a man.

Mr Robinson responded by saying: ‘I’m sitting here with my kids’.

The man is then escorted away from the table by Mr Robinson’s security.

As part of his bail conditions, Cumbria Police said Mr Robinson has been issued a travel ban into the county, however, he is permitted to travel abroad.

Mr Robinson, 37, was arrested on suspicion of assault and a public order offence.

A man aged 43 from the West Midlands area, a man aged 47 from the North Wales area and a man aged 28 from the Bedfordshire area were also arrested on suspicion of a public order offence.

No further arrests were made in relation to the alleged incident, police said.

Mr Robinson - whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon - was in Barrow to film a mass show of support following allegations of an Asian grooming gang operating in the town.