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If your insurance company notice then they will obviously increase your premiums massively if they are willing to still insure you. If you apply to a new company it is likely that the premiums will be very high. There is also the risk that as you appear to have made false representations to get the insurance policy that this could be regarded as a fraud. I doubt that this will lead to a referral to the police for investigation. You might want to consider getting in touch with your insurance company now and explaining or alternatively cancelling the existing policy and applying fresh to another company but being honest about your points. Simply having 9 points wolud not in itself be a bar to getting insurance but will make it expensive.
You should also be aware that if you are involved in an accident it is unlikely that the insurance company would pay for any damage you are liable for and this could be financially ruinous for you.