The power to make foreign travel orders was introduced in 20031 and brought into force in 20042. Their purpose was to protect children outside the United Kingdom from serious sexual harm inflicted by an offender who has been convicted of specified sexual offences in the United Kingdom3, by prohibiting such a person from:
(1) travelling to any country outside the United Kingdom named or described in the order4;
(2) travelling to any country outside the United Kingdom other than a country named or described in the order
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