'While I have learned from Spotlight for the first time some alleged aspects of my wife's affair and her financial arrangements, I will be resolutely defending attacks on my character and contesting any allegations of wrongdoing.To that end, I will be addressing the media today after I have taken legal advice.'On the BBC programme, Mr Mc Cambley spoke candidly about his relationship with Mrs Robinson.The victims were Muslims leaving late-night prayers being observed for the month of Ramadan. He wrote: 'The mosque where the attack happened tonight has a long history of creating terrorists & radical jihadists & promoting hate & segregation.'Mr Robinson - who is now involved with the anti-Islamic group Pegida UK - also referred to the incident as a 'revenge attack'.His tweet sparked fury, with critics accusing the former EDL leader of attempting to justify the attack.He said: 'I worked in the butchers since I was nine and I always seen her coming in and out.I knew her from a very early age through the butchers and through my dad.
A Met spokesman said officers were called at 12.20am 'to reports of a vehicle in collision with pedestrians'.The 34-year-old - real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon - also described the mosque, where hate cleric Abu Hamza once preached, as a 'centre of hate'.His comments came just one hour after at least ten people were hit by a white van near the Muslim Welfare House in north London, which is yard from the Finsbury Park Mosque.Before his wife's lover's age was made public, Mr Robinson said: 'I love my wife. In a spirit of humility and repentance, Iris sought my forgiveness.
She took responsibility upon herself alone for her actions and I have forgiven her.' One political source said last night: 'There are questions being asked about why the First Minister chose this particular moment to comment about such a personal matter, given that the affair was more than 18 months ago.' She branded Mrs Robinson 'a stinking hypocrite' for hiding her own shameful secret while referring to homosexuals as 'an abomination' and criticising other people's lifestyle choices while boasting about her deeply held Christian views.
That's why, when he made his emotional address on television on Wednesday, there was a genuine sense that Peter Robinson not only was devastated by his wife's affair but also utterly betrayed in his formidable self-belief that life is about certainty and not frailty.