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Protestor Targets Prime Minister On Cornish Holiday
7:02am 26th August 2014
A protestor is camping outside David Cameron's Cornish holiday home near Daymer Bay.
Bobby Smith from the New Fathers For Justice Campaign says he was briefly arrested after trying to talk to the PM using a megaphone.
He had already managed to grab a few words about family courts during a conversation the previous day.
Mr Smith said: "So I just had an actual argument with David Cameron and he stormed off after I started shouting about family courts because he was fobbing me off again.
"Strange how quick he came out once we got the seats out and started eating fish and chips."
Mr Cameron has already had to interrupt his holiday in Cornwall over the crisis in Iraq.
He was back in north Cornwall less than 24 hours later - with officials insisting he is being kept abreast of developments.
Holidaymakers have snapped him in a wetsuit on his bellyboard at Polzeath.7:02am 26th August 2014
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