Five campaigners have fixed themselves to a controversial monument in protest over child access rights
Members of the campaign group Fathers For Justice have chained themselves to a controversial statue in Birmingham this afternoon.
The group of five are currently chained to the ‘Real Birmingham Family’ statue in a protest about the lack of access they say they have been given to their children.
The £100,000 bronze statue by Turner Prize-winning artist Gillian Wearing which is sited outside the new Library of Birmingham has sparked a torrent of debate for depicting two unmarried sisters Roma and Emma Jones and their sons Kyan and Shaye.
One of the demonstrators, James Dennis, 45, from Selly Oak, said he had not seen his three children in four years.
He said: “There are five of us. We are protesting because we are not seeing our kids over Christmas because of the gender bias in…
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