It is a defence1:
(1) for a person charged with an offence of possessing a prohibited munition2 to show that, at the time when he had possession of the prohibited munition, he was a member of a visiting force3 of a state that was not a party to the Convention on Cluster Munitions4 or was working with such a force5, and his possession of the prohibited munition was in accordance with the terms of an authorisation given to that state by the Secretary of State6;
(2) for a person charged with an offence of transferring a prohibited munition7, which
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