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(1)Where in the case of any official statistics other than statistics produced by the Board—
(a)the appropriate authority has not under section 12(1) requested the Board to assess and determine whether the Code of Practice for Statistics has been complied with, and
(b)the Board is of the view that it would be appropriate for it to do so,
the Board must notify the appropriate authority accordingly.
(2)Where the appropriate authority is a Minister of the Crown, the Board must lay a copy of its notification under subsection (1) before Parliament.
(3)A Minister of the Crown, on receiving notification under subsection (1), must provide the Board with—
(a)a statement that he intends to make a request under section 12(1) in relation to the statistics, or
(b)a statement that he does not intend to make such a request,
and must lay a copy of the statement before Parliament.
(4)A statement under subsection (3)(a) must include a timetable for making the request.
(5)A statement under subsection (3)(b) must give reasons for not making the request.
(6)Where the National Statistician determines not to make a request under section 12(1) in relation to any official statistics produced by the Board, he must—
(a)make a statement that he does not intend to make such a request, giving reasons, and
(b)lay a copy of the statement before Parliament.
(7)In this section “ ” has the same meaning as in section 12(1).
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