Student forced to quit college after being outed as a Tommy Robinson supporter
Alissa said: “I was given a final warning for being too right wing. It was the first day and we were all having a conversation when Jeremy Corbyn came up, I asked people not to get into it because I was filled with a room of lefties.
“I said my opinion and the teacher said ‘get out, we don’t want people with your views’. I was given a final warning for being too right wing.
“The class then started asking everyone who their favourite person was and I said Tommy Robinson. I like what he is doing for our country and I follow all of his stories - I think he is a saviour.” Alissa decided to take the course at the training centre as a "fresh start" where she hoped to gain her qualifications in maths and English before taking an apprenticeship.
She added: “The tutor said she would have a word with the others but when I went in I felt quite uncomfortable because of what happened.
“Everyone should be allowed to have their own opinion but I felt mine was just shot down. I’m terrified and I don’t want to go back.”
Alissa’s dad Gareth Cook says the training centre should not discriminate people whether it is about race, religion, or their political views.