In this Division—
"evidence of a kind that may be unreliable" includes—
(a) evidence in relation to which Part 3.2 (hearsay evidence) or 3.4 (admissions) of the Evidence Act 2008 applies; and
(b) evidence the reliability of which may be affected by age, ill health (whether physical or mental), injury or the like; and
(c) evidence given by a witness who might reasonably be supposed to have been criminally concerned in the events giving rise to the trial; and
(d) evidence given by a witness who is a prison informer; and
(e) oral evidence of questioning by an investigating official (within the meaning of the Evidence Act 2008 ) of an accused where the questioning has not been acknowledged by the accused.