HC Deb 18 March 1982 vol 20 c181W
Mr. Teddy Taylor

asked the Attorney-General in what circumstances a British national and resident, who travels abroad to commit terrorist offences in a nation with which the United Kingdom has no extradition agreement, may be charged with a crime or offence in the United Kingdom in respect of the act committed in the foreign country; and if he will make a statement.

The Attorney-General

Where such a person is within the United Kingdom and there is evidence which can be adduced that such person has contravened a relevant provision of a United Kingdom statute. For example, The Offences against The Person Act 1861—murder and manslaughter—the Hijacking Act 1971; the Foreign Enlistment Act 1870.