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2. After article 2 (interpretation), insert—
2A.—(1) The following articles bind the Crown—
(a)article 4 (movement of UK controlled dual-use goods, etc. to certain destinations);
(b)article 6 (WMD purposes end-use control supplementing the dual-use Regulation);
(c)article 7 (control on transfers within the customs territory supplementing the dual-use Regulation);
(d)article 8 (transit controls supplementing the dual-use Regulation); and
(e)article 9 (provisions supplementing the torture Regulation).
(2) The Crown is not criminally liable as a result of a contravention of any of those articles.
(3) Paragraph (2) does not affect the application of those articles to persons in the public service of the Crown.”.
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