The Secretary of State1 may by order deprive a person of a citizenship status2 if the Secretary of State is satisfied that deprivation is conducive to the public good3. However, the Secretary of State may not make such an order if he is satisfied that the order would make a person stateless4. But, that does not prevent the Secretary of State from making an order to deprive a person of citizenship status if: (1) the citizenship status results from the person's naturalisation5; (2) the Secretary of State is satisfied that the deprivation is conducive to the public good because
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