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How far have you gone to gain access to your children?
After an 8 year legal battle, a fathers' rights campaigner has finally won what he wanted: a chance to live with his own daughter. You may know Fathers4Justice member Jonathan Stanesby. The name probably doesn't ring a bell - but he's the man who last summer spent 24 hours on Harriet Harman's roof, he's the man who back in 2004 handcuffed himself to the then Children's Minister Margaret Hodge. He was given a 2 month prison sentence for the roof stunt and the registered childminder shared a cell in Wormwood Scrubs jail with a drug-smuggler and a man convicted of a stabbing.
Today we'll talk to him about the last 8 years and ask whether the direct action stunts helped or hindered his campaign.