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24(1)Schedule 7 to AFA 2006 (suspended prison sentence: further conviction etc) is amended as follows.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)Paragraph 6 becomes sub-paragraph (1) of that paragraph.
(3)In paragraph (a) of that sub-paragraph, for “an offence in the British Islands” substitute “ an offence under the law of any part of the British Islands ”.
(4)After that sub-paragraph insert—
“(2)Anything that under section 376(1) and (2) of this Act is to be treated as a conviction for the purposes of this Act is also to be treated as a conviction for the purposes of paragraph 8(1)(b) of that Schedule as modified by this paragraph.”
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