Further to this post, this is the latest advertisement of the fathers' rights group Fathers 4 Justice (a larger version can be found here). It claims that the Conservative Party has broken promises regarding family policies, and refers to Matt O'Connor's hunger strike starting today as 'the first in a series of hunger strikes by parents'. I can't say that I'm in favour of hunger strikes as a means of seeking change - rather too close to blackmail for my taste. In any event, we are talking about the welfare of children here, which is obviously more important than the lives of a misguided few.
Oh, and the group might want to have a word with their advertising agency, or whoever put this advert together. The implication of the picture is obviously that a (family court) gavel smashed the child's toy. Unfortunately, this falls into the trap that so many fall into, and that one would have thought a serious fathers' rights group would know: the courts in this country do not use gavels.