[F116An explanation given, or information provided, by a person in response to a requirement under paragraph (e) or (f) of paragraph 1(3) may only be used in evidence against that person—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)on a prosecution for an offence under—
(ii)section 5 of the Perjury Act 1911 (false statements made otherwise than on oath),
(iii)section 44(2) of the Criminal Law (Consolidation) (Scotland) Act 1995 (false statements made otherwise than on oath), or
(iv)Article 10 of the Perjury (Northern Ireland) Order 1979 (false statutory declarations and other false unsworn statements), or
(b)on a prosecution for any other offence where—
(i)in giving evidence that person makes a statement inconsistent with that explanation or information, and
(ii)evidence relating to that explanation or information is adduced, or a question relating to it is asked, by that person or on that person's behalf.]
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