The claimants sought damages saying that the respondent had infringed their human rights in removing their right to vote in an election whilst serving prison sentences.
 NIQB 18
Cited – Tovey and Others v Ministry of Justice QBD 18-Feb-2011
The claimants, serving prisoners, sought damages saying that the refusal to allow them to vote was in infringement of their human rights. The large numbers of claims had been consolidated in London. The claimant sought to withdraw his claim.
Lists of cited by and citing cases may be incomplete.
Northern Ireland, Human Rights, Prisons, Elections
Updated: 06 May 2022; Ref: scu.430458