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4(1)The Secretary of State may appoint any member of OFCOM who is a non-executive member to be the deputy chairman of OFCOM.
(2)A person appointed to be the deputy chairman—
(a)shall cease to be the deputy chairman if he ceases to be a member of OFCOM; but
(b)shall otherwise hold and vacate that office in accordance with the terms of his appointment.
(3)The deputy chairman of OFCOM shall be entitled to carry out the functions of the chairman, in such cases and in such manner as may be determined by or in accordance with any directions given by the chairman or the Secretary of State.
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