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November 16th, 2017

Fathers4Justice launches #SOSManDown Campaign for International Men’s Day

The UK’s leading campaign group for fathers’ rights has launched a new offensive, calling for an urgent package of measures to reduce casualties from the higher rates of suicide, alcoholism and drug abuse suffered by men across the British Isles. The campaign, #SOSManDown, was launched by Fathers4Justice in London, Edinburgh, and Dublin to coincide with […]

October 31st, 2017

Media call for men’s health case studies

Media agencies are looking for people to share their experiences for the following case studies: CHILDREN / YOUNG ADULTS: Children and young adults who were denied access to their dads. DADS: A young dad aged 16-25 with contact problems seeing his kids, but who is closely supported by his parents. BROTHER: A man who is supporting his brother […]

October 22nd, 2017

Is this Britain’s most corrupt, anti-father MP?

Today’s story in the Sunday Times alleging that Cabinet Minister, Caroline Nokes, MP for Romsey and Southampton North, illegally and deceitfully broke planning laws regarding the building of a Coach House in her grounds, is the latest in a long line of scandals to plague the MP. On 20th February 2014, Nokes was involved in […]

October 21st, 2017

Dads charity accused of denying other fathers access to their kids

The charity Families Need Fathers (FNF) faces disturbing claims that its members have been denying other dads access to their children in the family courts. McKenzie Friends who work for the charity are said to have represented mothers who have denied fathers access to their children, as well as in cases where children have been […]

October 2nd, 2017

Fathers4Justice issues warning to dads over new DV measures

Campaign group Fathers4Justice today warned that tougher court guidance introduced to allegedly protect children from violent parents was aimed at making contact more difficult for dads separated from their children. F4J said a de-facto presumption of “no contact” already existed between children and fathers in family proceedings, but did not apply to violent mums or […]

September 29th, 2017

Coming Of Age Documentary: 16 Years Of Fathers4Justice

Fathers4Justice will begin filming a documentary marking the 16th anniversary of the campaign in London this October. The film, “Coming Of Age: 16 Years Of Fathers4Justice”, will reflect on the impact of the Fathers4Justice campaign since it’s beginning in 2001 on fathers and families, and talk to key figures and supporters of the campaign. A […]

September 29th, 2017

Father contests £41,000 CSA Liability Order in Magistrates Court on 3rd October 2017

Charles Adams, a father whose successful attack on the practice of anonymisation in child support cases was supported by Fathers4Justice and is reported in the Upper Tribunal case Adams v. Sec.State & Green [2017] UKUT 9 (AAC), is now facing a £41,000 Liability Order Application by the CSA to be heard on Tuesday 3 October 2017 at […]

September 29th, 2017

Father successfully attacks Upper Tribunal anonymisation practice in child support cases: Adams v. Secretary of State & Green [2017] UKUT 9 (AAC)

Charles Adams’s attack on the invariable practice of the Upper Tribunal in anonymising parents involved in child support appeals culminated in a ground-breaking Judgment by the President of the Administrative Appeals Chamber (AAC) in February 2017: Adams v. Sec.State & Green [2017] UKUT 9 (AAC) [attached]. The case was supported by Fathers4Justice with a number […]

September 23rd, 2017

Dad dies after setting himself alight in custody protest outside New Zealand Parliament

A desperate dad understood to be fighting to see his kids in the family courts in New Zealand has died after setting himself on fire outside Parliament on Thursday. The dad had made signs which read: “In Iran you stone mothers; in New Zealand fathers.” Another read: “My vote No! To Family Court lawyers racket.” He […]

September 20th, 2017

Family courts in meltdown as judges are brought out of retirement

The Lord Chief Justice, Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, has told the House of Commons’ Justice Select Committee that retired judges are being sent back to work to help manage the increase in family law cases. In his final appearance before before he steps down, Lord Thomas repeated the concerns raised in his final annual report, which was published […]

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