British mum held prisoner in Iran is 'virtually unable to walk' as she suffers severe weight and hair loss

The health of a British mum locked up in an Iranian prison on “secret charges” is rapidly deteriorating as she suffers dramatic weight and hair loss and is left “virtually unable to walk”, her family have said.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 38, a British-Iranian citizen, was detained as she was trying to return to Britain with her daughter Gabriella after visiting family in Iran last April.

Since then she has been held as a political prisoner and sentenced to five years behind bars for charges which have not been made public.

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