The effect of the Armed Forces Act 2006 is to apply the law of England and Wales in regard to inchoate offences1, with the exception of conspiracy, to:
(1) in the case of persons subject to service law2, all service offences with the exception of: (a) criminal conduct3; and (b) aiding and abetting a service offence4, save when such aiding and abetting is the offence itself5;
(2) in the case of civilians subject to service discipline6, only the following offences: (a) looting7; (b) contravention of standing orders8; (c) obstructing or failing to assist a service policeman9; (d) using violence
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