Police face legal action over Luton airport terror detention

UK-based man, who is not religious and has denounced terrorism, was detained with son en route to holiday in Rome

A man detained by the police on his way to a holiday in Rome is bringing legal action against Bedfordshire police for breaching his human rights.

Ziad Najm, 56, is from Iraq but has lived in Europe for more than 30 years. He was at Luton airport with his son Tarek, 30, en route to a week-long holiday when they were detained by plainclothes police officers under anti-terrorism legislation.

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