September 14, 2004

While UK figures out if courts are unfair to fathers,

fathers4justice idiot at Buck Palace, via Guardian/PA

The BBC has a decent roundup of the state of the British government's and family court's alleged bias against fathers; the issues are predictable, but at least they're spelled out: visitation rights, automatic custody decisions, child support payments.

While it's increasingly apparent that British courts are failing fathers, it's all but certain that British therapists are failing them. At least that's what it looks like to the dope in the Batman costume standing on the ledge of Buckingham Palace for five hours.

Fathers' Rights: an iCan Briefing [BBC]
Courts 'fail fathers', says judge [BBC News]
Protesters Throw Royal Security Into Disarray [Guardian UK]

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