A father campaigning in Witney for better family rights has said that the Prime Minister wants him out of the town as he is “frustrating constituents”.
Chris Tompson has been in Witney since last month, and has parked his car outside David Cameron’s constituency office in Witney High Street.
Mr Cameron spoke to him on July 11 to discuss Chris’ concerns about family law, and also expressed concerns about the impact of his protest.
“He said he needs to have me gone, because I was frustrating the constituents” said Chris.
“But what I told him was it was me going round to the constituents and asking them to complain so the Prime Minister would deal with me.”
Natasha Whitmill, press officer at David Cameron’s constituency office, said: “Mr Cameron said if Mr Tompson wrote down his grievances it would…
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