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15. (1) A person shall not be entitled to be admitted to the United Kingdom by virtue of article 3 if his exclusion is justified on grounds of public policy, public security or public health; and, subject to article 20(2), such a person may appeal against the refusal of admission as if he were a person refused leave to enter and entitled to appeal by virtue of section 13(1) of the 1971 Act, but he may not appeal so long as he is in the United Kingdom.
(2) An EEA national and the family member of such a person may be removed from the United Kingdom—
(a)on his ceasing to be a qualified person or the family member of such a person (as the case may be); or
(b)if his removal is justified on the grounds of public policy, public security or public health,
but he may appeal against the decision to remove him—
(i)if he is a person to whom paragraph (a) applies, as if he were a person in respect of whom the Secretary of State had decided to make a deportation order and were entitled to appeal by virtue of section 15(1)(a) of the 1971 Act; or
(ii)if he is a person to whom paragraph (b) applies as if he were entitled to appeal as aforesaid but subject to article 20(2) and section 15(7) of the 1971 Act.
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