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(1)The National Lottery etc. Act 1993 shall be amended as follows.
(2)In section 25C(3)(a) for “or 43C(1),” substitute “ or 36E, ”.
(3)At the end of section 26 (directions to distributing bodies) add—
“(6)This section does not apply to the Big Lottery Fund.”
(4)In section 34 (annual reports)—
(a)omit subsection (4), and
(b)in the heading omit “other than Millennium Commission”.
(5)In section 35 (accounts)—
(a)in subsection (7) for “the National Lottery Charities Board, the Millennium Commission or the New Opportunities Fund” substitute “ the Big Lottery Fund ”, and
(b)in the heading for “Charities Board and Millennium Commission” substitute “ the Big Lottery Fund ”.
(6)The following shall cease to have effect—
(a)sections 37 to 39 (the National Lottery Charities Board),
(b)sections 40 to 43 (the Millennium Commission), and
(c)sections 43A to 43D (the New Opportunities Fund).
(7)In section 44(1) (interpretation) omit the entry for “the Charities Board”.
(8)In section 60 of that Act (orders and regulations)—
(a)in subsection (2) for paragraph (a) substitute—
“(a)section 22(3A), 28 or 36B(3),”, and
(b)in subsection (2A) for “section 43B.” substitute “ section 22(3A) or 36B(3). ”
(9)The following shall cease to have effect—
(a)Schedule 5 (National Lotteries Charities Board),
(b)Schedule 6 (the Millennium Commission), and
(c)Schedule 6A (the New Opportunities Fund).
(10)In Schedule 5 to the Government of Wales Act 1998 (c. 38) (persons who may be compelled to attend proceedings of or provide documents to the National Assembly for Wales) after paragraph 7 insert—
“7AThe Big Lottery Fund.”
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