If after the release of a person subject to a detention and training order1 but before the date on which the term of the order2 ends that person commits an offence punishable with imprisonment in the case of a person aged 21 or over3 (the 'new offence'), and, whether before or after that date, he is convicted of the new offence4, the court5 by or before which he is convicted of the new offence may, whether or not it passes any other sentence on him, order him to be detained in such youth detention accommodation6 as the Secretary of
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