Wainwright v Home Office 
- Two visitors to a prison were strip searched upon entry
- They subsequently suffered mental injury
- Could they have a Wilkinson v Downton claim? Could there be any other liability?
- Wilkinson v Downton  distinguished as no intent to cause harm, just sloppiness with prison rules
- No tort of invasion of privacy
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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