||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 02 (Feb)
|| EWHC 78 (Admin)
||Queen's Bench Division, Administrative Court (London)
Mr Justice Collins
||Jude Bunting for the claimant.
||Tom Cross for the Secretary of State and the Probation Trust.
||29 January 2014
Prison - Prisoner - Release on licence - Recall - Claimant prisoner being convicted of a serious terrorist offence - Claimant being released on license - Parole Board imposing conditions including a condition monitoring his use of computers - Parole Board alleging that the claimant had breach that condition - Claimant being recalled to custody - Whether first defendant Secretary of State acting unlawfully.
Prison Prisoner. The Administrative Court dismissed the claimant prisoner's application for judicial review of decisions concerning his recall to prison and the refusal to rescind that decision holding that in the instant case, the recall had not been unlawful.
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