The live National Lottery draw was held up on Saturday after Fathers 4
Justice demonstrators invaded the BBC TV studio. Guy Harrison, a spokesman for the paternal rights group, said the stunt
marked the "dramatic return of Fathers 4 Justice". Presenter Eamonn Holmes was led from the stage as Fathers 4 Justice members
made their way on to the set. The National Lottery: Jet Set was delayed for several minutes before the draw
for the £17m jackpot was resumed.
Campaign group Fathers 4 Justice said the evening marked the "dramatic
return" of the protest group.
The group appeared to have disbanded in January after some of its members
were accused of allegedly plotting to kidnap Prime Minister Tony Blair's
youngest son, Leo.
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