19The Secretary of State shall, by order, make provision to require that—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)except in such circumstances, and
(b)subject to such conditions,
as may be specified in the order, where a person detained has been permitted to consult a solicitor, the solicitor shall be allowed to be present at any interview carried out in connection with a terrorist investigation or for the purposes of Schedule 7.
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