Graffiti attack on minister’s home

The graffiti on the gate of Jonathan Djanogly's home

The graffiti on the gate of Jonathan Djanogly’s home

Graffiti appearing to support fathers campaigning for equal access rights to children has been sprayed on the Alconbury home of Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly.

The message “New F4J” (Fathers for Justice) and “50-50” was sprayed on the Huntingdon MP’s gate. Police said they were investigating the graffiti, which was discovered yesterday, but could have been there since October 24.

“Captain Equality” from the New Fathers 4 Justice organisation said he did not know who was responsible. He said: “We were promised a meeting with the justice team which was dropped.”
Mr Djanogly did not want to comment.



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