Such an order would require the Secretary of State applying for a court
Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005 Chapter 2, section 1 Power to make
(b) in the case of an order imposing obligations that are or include
derogating obligations, by the court on an application by the Secretary
John Colby wrote:
> Chapter 2, Control orders, of the Prevention of Terrorism Act
> 2005could ban the use (and probably the disconnection) of mobile.
> Section 1 (4) says
> (a) a prohibition or restriction on his possession or use of specified
> articles or substances
> How a control order is issued I believe is up to the Secretary of
> State (Section 1 (1)), not the courts, so whether there is a specific
> police power of mobile blockage there I don't know.
> But this is way beyond the original discussion.
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