04:30AM, Tuesday 29 April 2014
A planned protest by the New Fathers 4 Justice group in Windsor has been postponed.
The group had planned to protest at Windsor Castle on Sunday but have now postponed it so more members are able to take part.
There are 20 members who are planning to attend the protests, which campaigns for the rights of fathers to see their children.
Rich Adams, national protest co-ordinator, said: "We have chosen to protest in Windsor because the Queen's head is on the badge of every family court in the country.
"We think in the past the Royal family have handled divorce and contact with children quite well so we're appealing to the Queen to speak out about the problem."
The reschduled protest will take place in the next two weeks but an exact date has not bee confirmed.
Visit newfathers4justice.co.uk for more information.
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