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4. In its application to the Secretary of State for Education as principal regulator of an exempt charity by virtue of these Regulations, section 10A of the Charities Act 1993 has effect as if, for the definition of “responsible person” in subsection (7), there were substituted—
““responsible person” means a person who is or was—
the Secretary of State for Education;
acting on behalf of the Secretary for State for Education, or
a member of a committee established by the Secretary of State for Education.”.
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