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7(1)If in any case investigated by the Tribunal—
(a)the Tribunal’s conclusions on the matters which they are required to investigate are such that no determination is made by them in favour of the complainant; but
(b)it appears to the Tribunal from the allegations made by the complainant that it is appropriate for there to be an investigation into whether the Intelligence Service or GCHQ has in any other respect acted unreasonably in relation to the complainant or his property,
they shall refer that matter to the Commissioner.
(2)The Commissioner may report any matter referred to him under sub-paragraph (1) above to the Secretary of State.
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