Protesters evicted for harassing the Prime Minister outside his Oxfordshire country home over the Christmas holiday vowed to continue their fight today.
The New Fathers 4 Justice campaigners had a series of angry exchanges with David Cameron and his wife Samantha, who was caught on camera filming the protesters.
The group was issued with a four-week eviction notice banning them from the area after police stepped in.
In a video taken by the protesters at the gates of his home in Dean, near Chipping Norton, David Cameron told the group: "I really think you've made your point and you can go now. You are frightening my children and the neighbours and that's not fair."
After spending five days outside the property, the group was issued with a police notice asking them to leave.
Yesterday, the group was evicted from the site but campaigner Bobby Smith said he believed they were treated "completely unfairly."
Despite the order, Mr Smith vowed to return to the Prime Minister's house to continue to campaign for changes in parenting laws.
"I'm not going to give up," he said.