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Proscription Order

Asked if the Home Secretary was proscribing new organisations today, the PMOS explained that these were the organisations that were already regarded as terrorist organisations. In regard to the new legislation he could not go into detail of potential individual organisations, but the new legislation would allow us to deal with other organisations. Asked if it included Hizb ut Tahir, the PMOS said that we could not go into individual cases of groups that would be covered by the new legislation. Today’s announcement was in relation to the existing legislation. The groups would be those not caught under the under the new legislation. Asked what form of legal instrument it was, the PMOS said it was a Statutory Instrument but for further information people should speak to the Home Office.

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