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2.—(1) The statutory committees of the General Council shall cease to include the committee known as the Education Committee.
(2) With effect from the date on which this article comes into force—
(a)all medical education functions shall be exercisable by the General Council; and
(b)any determination made or other thing done by the Education Committee before that date shall be treated as if it had been made or done by the General Council.
(3) In this article—
“medical education functions” means all the functions under the 1983 Act which immediately before the date on which this article comes into force were exercisable by the Education Committee of the General Council; and
“the statutory committees”, in relation to the General Council, means the committees which the Council must have under section 1 of the 1983 Act (the General Medical Council).
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