(1) In section 24(3)(a) of the Bail Act 1977 —
(a) for "commit the person to prison" substitute "remand the person in custody"; and
(b) for subparagraph (ii) substitute —
"(ii) if the direction is given by a bail justice, that the person be brought before the court to which the person was required to surrender in answer to his or her bail on the next working day or, if the next working day is not practicable, within 2 working days—".
(2) For section 24(4) of the Bail Act 1977 substitute —
"(4) The Director of Public Prosecutions may appeal to the Supreme Court in the same manner as is provided in section 18A against a refusal to revoke bail if the Director is satisfied that it is in the public interest to do so.".
(3) In section 24(5) of the Bail Act 1977 for "18(6B)" substitute "18".