(1) If it appears to the Secretary of State, as regards a person released on licence under section 246—
(a) that he has failed to comply with [the curfew condition included in the licence], or
(b) that his whereabouts can no longer be electronically monitored at the place for the time being specified in the curfew condition included in his licence,
the Secretary of State may, if the curfew condition is still in force, revoke the licence and recall the person to prison under this section.
(2) A person whose licence under section
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