Dad’s demo outside David Cameron's Dean home continues

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A protester was last night continuing his demonstration outside Prime Minister and witney MP David Cameron’s constituency house.

Tony Ashby, 48, from Herefordshire, claims the decision to put his children into foster care and allegations that he cannot look after them are wrong, and he has spent £10,000 fighting the matter in court.

He has climbed the gates of Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral, and is now staging a hunger strike outside the home of Mr Cameron in Dean, West Oxfordshire.

The New Fathers for Justice campaigner started his sit-in on December 20 and said he would remain there until Thursday, or until Mr Cameron grants him an audience.

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5:20pm Tue 31 Dec 13

oafie says...

I think all the homeless should go to.............Dave- have you any idea how many people are living in their vehicles in Lay By's in Oxfordshire?
I think all the homeless should go to.............Dave- have you any idea how many people are living in their vehicles in Lay By's in Oxfordshire? oafie

7:38pm Tue 31 Dec 13

skcollob says...

I do not know why this chap is bothering, David Cameron is hardly ever there as he really lives in Notting Hill London. he only claims to live here when there is an election. London is his real home.
I do not know why this chap is bothering, David Cameron is hardly ever there as he really lives in Notting Hill London. he only claims to live here when there is an election. London is his real home. skcollob

5:09pm Sun 5 Jan 14

Jasper13 says...

I doubt 'Call me Dave' could give a monkeys about other peoples kids. Lets face it, he is prone to forgetting about his own.
I doubt 'Call me Dave' could give a monkeys about other peoples kids. Lets face it, he is prone to forgetting about his own. Jasper13

6:56pm Mon 6 Jan 14

Paul Barbara says...

Most people are unaware of the dire situation re Family Court decisions on children removed from their parents' custody; Tony Ashby has been driven to this extreme action of a Hunger Strike outside Cameron's country home in extremely inclement weather by a secretive and heavily biased Judicial system.
A good site to check regarding the scale of the abuse by the SS is: 'Children Screaming to be Heard'. Another is ' Robert Green's Blog - Hollie Greig Campaign'. Of interest to people in Oxford should be that Elish Angiolini is now Principal of St Hugh's College; search Robert's blog and the web to see how she was involved in the Hollie Greig cover-up; also see 'Hollie Demands Justice' site.
The secrecy of Family Courts regarding children is absolutely deplorable, as are many of their decisions. Even Sir James Munby, president of the Family Division of the High Court, has condemned the excessive secrecy, and has pledged to expose family courts to the "glare of publicity" to avoid miscarriages of justice and restore public confidence.
Most people are unaware of the dire situation re Family Court decisions on children removed from their parents' custody; Tony Ashby has been driven to this extreme action of a Hunger Strike outside Cameron's country home in extremely inclement weather by a secretive and heavily biased Judicial system. A good site to check regarding the scale of the abuse by the SS is: 'Children Screaming to be Heard'. Another is ' Robert Green's Blog - Hollie Greig Campaign'. Of interest to people in Oxford should be that Elish Angiolini is now Principal of St Hugh's College; search Robert's blog and the web to see how she was involved in the Hollie Greig cover-up; also see 'Hollie Demands Justice' site. The secrecy of Family Courts regarding children is absolutely deplorable, as are many of their decisions. Even Sir James Munby, president of the Family Division of the High Court, has condemned the excessive secrecy, and has pledged to expose family courts to the "glare of publicity" to avoid miscarriages of justice and restore public confidence. Paul Barbara

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