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(1) The applicant may appeal to the High Court if—
(a) the Secretary of State makes a decision of the kind mentioned in section 94(3)(b), and
(b) the High Court gives permission for an appeal against the decision.
(2) On such an appeal, the High Court must make its decision only on the basis of the evidence that was available to the Secretary of State.
(3) If the High Court decides that it appears as mentioned in condition A in section 92, it must make an order to that effect.
(4) Otherwise it must dismiss the appeal.
(5) A conviction or caution to which an order under subsection (3) relates becomes a disregarded conviction or caution when the period of 14 days beginning with the day on which the order was made has ended.
(6) There is no appeal from a decision of the High Court under this section.
To be appointed: see s 120(1).