United Kingdom: government compensates prisoners and former inmates for poor treatment

Arkin, Eli
October 2011
HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review;Oct2011, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p40
The article reports that Great Britain's Ministry of Justice and National Health Service have resolved a lawsuit filed by 499 prisoners and ex-prisoners for not receiving acceptable standards of treatment for their drug addictions by paying the compensation of one million pounds.


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