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25. (1) The President (or, at the hearing, the Tribunal) may direct that members of the press and public be excluded from all or part of the hearing—
(a)where the applicant has requested in writing that the hearing or any part of it should be conducted in private, or
(b)on the grounds referred to in paragraph (2).
(2) The grounds on which the press and public may be excluded from the hearing are that it is necessary in order to—
(a)safeguard the welfare of any child;
(b)protect someone’s privacy; or
(c)avoid the risk of injustice in any legal proceedings.
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