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Are you basiclally asking what would happen if you left the uK?
Thanks for the information
If you leave the country whilst youare on bail with conditions of curfew then you will be in breach.
You can always ask them to vary yourbail conditions to allow you to leave the country for this purpose althoughthey may refuse but I do not think that's likely for a violent disorder .
You can always appeal the bail conditions.
But I doubt they particularly want youto sign at the moment as that creates really onerous pressure upon the police sothat probably should be looked at anyway .
But if you leave the country withoutpermission then you would be in breach
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you would still be arrested on a breach of bail and it is a wilful breach.
You need to get it varied.
If you just breach it then you could well be remanded.
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