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Fathers4Justice campaigner Tim Haries has vowed to continue a campaign of direct action just hours after being released on conditional bail at Westminister Magistrates Court.
The father of two said fathers "would be failing in their responsibility and duty of care" to this children if they failed to fight for them, especially in the run up to Father's Day. He said:
"We recently celebrated the 100th anniversary of the suffragettes yet people condemn me for pursuing the same desperate course of action - making a direct plea to my Queen - whose crest hangs behind every family court judge in this country.”
An electrician has reportedly been bailed after appearing at Westminster Magistrates Court charged with defacing a portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey.
Tim Haries from Doncaster was charged with with criminal damage over £5000.
A man has been charged with criminal damage after this portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey was defaced with paint.
Tim Haries, 41, from Doncaster in South Yorkshire, will appear at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court today charged with criminal damage over £5000.
The painting, by artist Ralph Heimans, had been on display in the Chapter House for a few weeks before it was vandalised.
A man arrested after a portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey was defaced with paint has been charged.
Tim Haries, 41, will appear at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court today charged with criminal damage over £5000.