Toumia v Evans (Secretary General of the Prison Officers Association: CA 12 Mar 1999

A prisoner had an arguable case for false imprisonment against a prison officers union who advocated industrial action resulting in him being locked in his cell for much longer than normal. A judge was wrong to hear an appeal without notifying the parties.
Times 01-Apr-1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 965
England and Wales
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CitedPrison Officers Association v Iqbal CA 4-Dec-2009
The claimant, a prisoner, alleged false imprisonment. The prison officers had taken unlawful strike action leaving him to be confined within his cell and unable to be involved in his normal activities. In view of the strike, a governor’s order had . .

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Updated: 19 May 2021; Ref: scu.145880