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Communications Act 2003

Section 18: Committees and other procedure of the Consumer Panel

59.The Consumer Panel may make such arrangements as they think fit for committees established by the Panel to give advice to them about matters relating to the carrying out of their functions. The Panel may make arrangements, including those related to quorums and the making of decisions by majority, regulating their own procedure and the procedure for committees established by them. Persons who are not members of the Panel may be members of a committee established by the Panel; however, every committee must include at least one person who is a member of the Panel. OFCOM may pay non-Panel members of a committee such remuneration and expenses as OFCOM may determine.

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