An offence under any of the following provisions of the Terrorism Act 2000—
(a) section 11 (membership of proscribed organisations);
(b) section 12 (inviting or expressing support for terrorist organisations);
(c) section 15 (fund-raising);
(d) section 16 (use of money or property for terrorist purposes);
(e) section 17 (involvement in terrorist funding arrangements);
(f) section 17A (insuring payments made in response to terrorist threats);
(g) section 18 (laundering of terrorist property);
(h) section 19 (failure to disclose professional belief or suspicion about terrorist offences);
(i) section 21A (failure in regulated sectors to disclose knowledge or suspicion about terrorist offences);
(j) section 38B (failure to disclose information about acts of terrorism);
(k) section 39 (disclosure of information prejudicial to a terrorist investigation etc);
(l) section 54 (weapons training);
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