The Secretary of State1 must, on recalling a person who is serving a determinate sentence (other than an extended sentence prisoner2), consider whether the person is suitable for automatic release3. A person is suitable for automatic release only if the Secretary of State is satisfied that he will not present a risk of serious harm to members of the public if he is released at the end of the automatic release period4: however, as from a day to be appointed it is provided that a person is not suitable for automatic release if it appears to the Secretary of State that he is highly likely to br
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