Protesters return to deputy Labour leader's roof
Two men campaigning for father's rights have again scaled the home of the Labour deputy leader to bring attention to their calls for more rights for fathers in custody cases.
Two protestors from Fathers 4 Justice have climbed onto the roof of Labour Deputy Leader Harriet Harman's south London home for the second time in a month, the campaign group said on Wednesday.
Scotland Yard said police were called at 6.22 a.m. and that officers had gone to the house in Herne Hill where they were in dialogue with the men.
A spokesman for Fathers 4 Justice said he believed the two were Mark Harris and Jolly Stanesby, who staged last month's roof-top sit-in.
Both men were arrested after that protest and are on police bail.