2In section 326(4) (appeal against contents of the statement)—W
(a)in paragraph (b), omit the full stop and after “school” insert “ , or ”;
(b)after paragraph (b) insert—
“(c)in the case of proceedings relating to a statement maintained by a [F1local authority] in Wales only, the child has proposed the school in the proceedings (whether or not the parent, the [F1local authority] or both have also proposed the school).”.
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