A DAD says his human rights were breached when his wife left him for working too much and missing holidays.

Charles Ayeh-Kumi, 64, reckons divorce laws are unfair and has mounted a High Court challenge.

His wife Marion cited unreasonable behaviour in their divorce case.

But Mr Ayeh-Kumi, an IT consultant from Farnborough, Hants, says that phrase is too vague.

A virtual hearing next week will consider his case against the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973.

The dad of two said: "I am a one-man band. If I don't work, I don't get paid.

"I admit that I missed a few family holidays, and that I made myself available to clients 24/7, over the weekends and late at night.


"That is how I differentiate myself from the bigger companies that do what I do, and how I secure myself more clients.

"We were struggling to pay our mortgage at the time. I needed to keep a roof over my wife and daughters' heads."

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