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(From Bristol Evening Post)
Fathers from Bristol, aggrieved at their treatment by the legal system as they fight complex custody battles, joined thousands of others for a national protest outside London's Royal Courts of Justice yesterday to draw attention to their campaign for a better deal. AYESHA GILANI joined them - land spoke to two dads who joined the protest to hear their stories.
BRISTOL fathers were among thousands of dads who staged a national protest in London yesterday.
More than 50 members of the Fathers 4 Justice groups in Bristol and Wales gathered to fight for the right to see their children, as a crowd of more than 2,000 protesters from across the country took to the streets of central London.
Civil rights group Fathers 4 Justice organised the demonstration, which kicked off at Trafalgar Square at midday.
Among the protesters was a Bristol cancer patient who had discharged himself from his hospital bed to support the protest.
The Horfield man, who the Evening Postis calling Chris to protect his identity, said he was pleased he made the …