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2. The documents referred to as being mentioned in this paragraph are—
(a)a driving licence (whether or not issued in the United Kingdom),
(b)a passport (whether or not issued in the United Kingdom,
(c)a national identity card issued by the government of a state or of a territory other than the United Kingdom,
(d)a debit card or a credit card issued by a bank or a building society,
a police warrant card, or
(e)an armed forces identity card,
which in each case is valid at the time when used for the purpose of validation.
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