Iqbal v Prison Officers Association – Times Law Reports

Iqbal v Prison Officers Association

Court of Appeal

“A prisoner whose daily routine of leaving his cell for the purpose of working, exercise and health care was disrupted by unlawful strike action by prison officers, resulting in the prisoner being confined to his cell, did not have a claim for false imprisonment against the officers.”

The Times, 6th January 2010

Source: www.timesonline.co.uk

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