Fathers 4 Justice protest in Whitehall.THREE members of the Fathers 4 Justice campaign dressed as superheroes were still perched precariously on a ledge 50ft above ground outside the Foreign Office last night as temperatures neared freezing point freezing point
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The protesters, dressed as Batman, Robin and Captain America had taken up position shortly after lunch above the junction of Whitehall and Downing St.
A police officer was at a nearby window of the Foreign Office trying to talk to the protest ors who were perched above the heavy duty security gates which protect Downing Street Downing Street, Westminster, London, England. On the street are the British Foreign Office and, at No. 10, the residence of the first lord of the Treasury, who is usually (although not necessarily) the prime minister of Great Britain. from possible terrorist attack.
The protesters had unfurled a banner declaring: ``Access denied. Don't let Labour stop you being a Superdad.''
The protest immediately attracted a considerable audience of police officers and members of the public who were looking on, although there was no immediate effort to stop traffic flowing along Whitehall.
Richard Castle, the London co-ordinator of Fathers 4 Justice, said that the protesters planned to continue their demonstration for as long as possible.
Mr Castle said: ``They are hardened protesters and they will stay up there as long as they can
Dressed as superheroes Captain America, Batman and Robin, three members of Fathers 4 Justice protested on a ledge of the Foreign Office yesterday Picture: MICHAEL STEPHENS Michael James Stephens (b. 1 November, 1967) in Auckland. He was a New Zealand cricketer who played for the Auckland Aces and the Northern Districts Knights in the 1990's and he also played for Counties-Manukau in the Hawke Cup. Nowdadys he works for St Joseph's School in Pukekohe.