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In fact if you are on the birth certificate then you both have parental responsibility and have equal rights. The best thing if you can not agree things it to make an application to the court for a child arrangement order which will specifically set out the days and time when you can see the children and this is supported by a court order. You could even ask that the children live with you. I have attached a link to a book on amazon which is about a tenner which talks you through the process really easily - https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Books/How-Represent-Yourself-Family-Court-understanding-resolving/147211910X
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No she is wrong. You both have the same rights and this is key. The book would really help you. Butt he key thing to remember is that you BOTH have PR and this means you have the same RIGHTs.