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614. Clauses 78 to 82 harmonise football banning orders, extending relevant definitions, offences and police stations to all of the United Kingdom. Football banning orders imposed in one area (e.g. Scotland) will be enforceable in the entire United Kingdom. Football banning orders (under the Football Spectators Act 1989) have been held to be compatible with the ECHR by the Court of Appeal in Gough and Smith v Chief Constable of Derbyshire  EWCA Civ 351.
615. By virtue of Clause 90 the following clauses will come into force on Royal Assent:
616. Clauses 72, 73 and 75 (the provisions relating to Border Controls) will be brought into force by means of commencement orders made by the Treasury.
617. Clause 25 (regulation of lap-dancing and sex-encounter venues) and the relevant paragraph in Schedule 6, insofar as it relates to England will be brought into force by means of commencement orders made by the Secretary of State, and insofar as it relates to Wales by means of commencement orders made by Welsh Ministers.
618. Part 14 of Schedule 6 and Part 12 of Schedule 7 and their related parts will be commenced at the end of 2 months after the date of Royal Assent.
619. All the remaining provisions in the Bill will be brought into force by means of commencement orders made by the Secretary of State.
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