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(1)The Board is to consist of executive and non-executive members.
(2)The non-executive members are to be—
(a)the chairman, appointed by Her Majesty, and
(b)at least five other persons appointed by the Minister for the Cabinet Office.
(3)Before appointing any person under subsection (2)(b) the Minister for the Cabinet Office must consult the chairman.
(4)The persons appointed under subsection (2)(b) must include—
(a)one person who is appointed by the Minister for the Cabinet Office after consulting the Scottish Ministers,
(b)one person who is appointed by the Minister for the Cabinet Office after consulting the Welsh Ministers, and
(c)one person who is appointed by the Minister for the Cabinet Office after consulting the Department of Finance and Personnel for Northern Ireland.
(5)The Minister for the Cabinet Office may, after consulting the chairman, designate one of the non-executive members appointed under subsection (2)(b) as deputy chairman.
(6)The executive members are to be—
(a)the National Statistician (see section 5), and
(b)two other employees of the Board, appointed by the non-executive members.
(7)A person may not be both a non-executive member of the Board and an employee of the Board.
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