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March 15th, 2020

The Telegraph: Judge condemns ‘abomination’ of secrecy surrounding family courts

The secrecy surrounding family courts is an “abomination”, a High Court judge said as he insisted he would not bar the public from hearings. Mr Justice Holman, based in the Family Division of the High Court in London, told lawyers on Thursday that “most family court work” is done “in secret” and he “couldn’t have […]

January 7th, 2020

Controversy as Cheryl branded ‘sperm bandit’ by Fathers4Justice

A tweet by Fathers4Justice has caused controversy after the campaign branded singer and TV personality Cheryl a ‘sperm bandit’ after she announced she wanted two more children using a sperm donor from abroad. F4J founder Matt O’Connor said in the tweet that Cheryl was denying children their human rights to a father. The group had […]

December 17th, 2019

F4J hashtag #AbuseHasNoGender trends as ITV presenter Caroline Flack is charged with assaulting boyfriend

The Fathers4Justice campaign to break the silence surrounding male victims of domestic abuse was highlighted this week when former ITV Love Island presenter Caroline Flack’s ex fiancée posted a non-disclosure agreement online with the F4J hashtag #abusehasnogender. It followed Flack’s arrest for assaulting boyfriend Lewis Burton and recent claims by F4J on International Men’s Day […]

November 19th, 2019

The male victims of domestic abuse abandoned by government

By Matt O’Connor, Founder, Fathers4Justice. What are little girls made of? Sugar and spice and all things nice. So goes the popular nursery rhyme. But the cultural conditioning that had led us to believe women are incapable of being abusers, has warped our view of domestic abuse. In particular, the ideologically driven “Me Too” movement […]

July 7th, 2019

George Kay died of a broken heart

George Kay died of a broken heart. He was broken-hearted after being denied access to his beloved daughter Dylan-Jorge (DJ) by his ex Kerry Katona. Both George and Kerry had well documented mental health and drug issues, however she was treated very differently in a way which illustrates the way society supports mothers, and abandons […]

January 14th, 2019

David Beckham’s sister’s ex stages baby protest on star’s DOORSTEP as he becomes F4J ambassador

David Beckham’s sister’s ex has visited the star’s London mansion to belatedly deliver his daughter’s Christmas presents after being denied access to her in breach of a court order – including contact on Christmas Eve. Supported by his dad, and Fathers4Justice founder Matt O’Connor, Kris was met by one of Beckham’s security team who accepted […]

December 24th, 2018

David Beckham accused of funding legal action to stop niece seeing her dad and grandparents at Christmas

David Beckham has been accused of funding legal action to deny his niece’s father and grandparents access to her at Christmas, while she spends the festive break at the stars £6 million country estate. Former Big Brother star Kris Donnelly, who has called in Fathers4Justice to take on the Beckham’s in his legal battle for […]

September 9th, 2018

Kellogg’s to change Coco Pops slogan after Fathers4Justice supermarket protest

Multi-national cereal giant Kellogg’s have agreed to change Coco Pops branding after a protest by Fathers4Justice in a Peterborough supermarket on Tuesday. Father of three, Matt O’Connor, 51, from Clapham, and Paul Robinson, 56 from Portsmouth, Hampshire, staged a protest at Asda in Rivergate, Peterborough, on Tuesday afternoon, over what they called ‘cereal discrimination’ against […]

September 5th, 2018

Stella Creasy accused of ‘misandry’ as MP’s consider misogyny legislation

Campaign group Fathers4Justice (F4J) has accused Labour MP Stella Creasy of ‘misandry’ and creating a climate for ‘false allegations’ in the wake of the Roxanne Pallett dispute as she tries to change the law so that misogynistic behaviour is treated as a hate crime. The group say all sexist abuse, including misandry, should be classed […]

September 4th, 2018

Dads stage ‘Coco Pops’ protest in Asda over ‘cereal discrimination’

Pic: Disappointed Coco Pops fan Archie O’Connor with his dad Matt O’Connor. Father-of-three Matt O’Connor, 51, from Clapham, and ‘Tremendous’ Paul Robinson, 56 from Portsmouth, Hampshire, staged a protest at Asda in Peterborough today over what they say is ‘cereal discrimination’ against dads on packaging for Kellogg’s Coco Pops. The new Coco Pops packaging is […]

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