(1) In this section—
(a) “the standard conditions” means such conditions as may be prescribed for the purposes of this section as standard conditions, and
(b) “prescribed” means prescribed by the Secretary of State by order.
(2) . . .
[(2A) . . .]
(3) . . .
(4) Any licence under this Chapter in respect of a prisoner serving a sentence of imprisonment . . . (including . . . a sentence imposed under section [226A][, 227 or 236A]) [or under section 278 or 279 of the Sentencing Code] or any sentence of detention under section 91 [or 96] of [the PCC(S)A 2000, under section 250, 254, 262, 265 or 266 of the Sentencing Code or under] section [226A, 226B,] [, 228 or 236A] of this Act—
(a) must include the standard conditions,
[(aa) must include any electronic monitoring conditions required by an order under section 62A of the Criminal Justice and Cou
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