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April 2nd, 2015

Prime Minister David Cameron apologises to Fathers4Justice founder Matt O’Connor

In a letter on behalf of Prime Minister David Cameron, from his Political Private Secretary, Mr Cameron wrote to F4J Founder Matt O’Connor to apologise directly for his original remark wrongly accusing Fathers4Justice of damaging his roof and to ensure Mr O’Connor had seen his public apology below. “During the interview I gave to Sarah Sands […]

March 31st, 2015

Update: David Cameron’s apology to Fathers4Justice

On 31/3/15, five days after David Cameron’s printed apology to Fathers4Justice appeared in the printed edition of the Evening Standard, the Standard has now published the apology online here: http://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/david-cameron-says-sorry-to-fathers4-justice-for-wrongly-accusing-them-of-damaging-his-home-10145251.htmlFathers4Justice wrote again to the Prime Minister on 30/3/15 asking for an apology in writing and online, and asked that the offending allegations be removed from publication […]

March 27th, 2015

F4J writes to every MP & member of the House of Lords over Conservative Party allegations

Fathers4Justice yesterday wrote to every MP and member of the House of Lords yesterday following allegations made against Fathers4Justice by the Prime Minister, David Cameron, and the Conservative MP for Romsey and Southampton North, Caroline Nokes. Within hours, David Cameron had withdrawn his allegations, though Fathers4Justice say they are taking legal advice on whether Mr […]

March 26th, 2015

Prime Minister David Cameron apologises to Fathers4Justice over allegations group ‘climbed’ on his roof

Prime Minister David Cameron today apologised to Fathers4Justice in the Evening Standard for wrongly accusing them of climbing on the roof of his Oxfordshire home. The Prime Minister had levelled the charge against the pressure group in an interview with the paper last week.In a statement tonight, David Cameron said, “I’m sorry for any offence […]

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