[(1) This section applies to a prisoner (a “terrorist prisoner”) who—
(a) is serving a fixed-term sentence imposed (whether before or after this section comes into force) in respect of an offence within subsection (2), and
(b) has not been released on licence.
(2) An offence is within this subsection (whether it was committed before or after this section comes into force) if—
(a) it is specified in Part 1 of Schedule 19ZA (offences under counter-terrorism legislation),
(b) it is specified in Part 2 of that Schedule and was determined by the court to have had a terrorist connection under section 30 [of the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 or section 69 of the Sentencing Code] or (in the case of a person sentenced in Scotland but now subject to the provisions of this Chapter) section 31 of [that Act] (sentences for certain offences with a terrorist connection), or
(c) it is a service offence as respects which the corresponding civil offence is an offence specified in Part 2 of that Schedule and was determined by the service court to have had a terrorist connection un
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