Protester pleads for cash from Anderton Park families to pay legal fees as high court hearing starts

  Birmingham mail 

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Campaigners who want to be allowed to restart protests at the gates of a Birmingham primary school over LGBT equallity messages have made a last ditch plea for donations to pay their legal fees just as a trial gets under way in high court
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