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(1)The Identity Cards Act 2006 is repealed.
(a)sections 25 and 26 of that Act (possession of false identity documents etc), and
(b)section 38 of that Act (verifying information provided with passport applications etc),
are re-enacted by this Act (with consequential amendments and, in the case of section 38, also with minor amendments).
(3)In addition, the amendment of section 1 of the Consular Fees Act 1980 made by section 36 of the Identity Cards Act 2006 continues to have effect subject to a consequential amendment (see paragraph 2 of the Schedule to this Act).
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