111 Power to confer supplementary functions on Chief Executive
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111Power to confer supplementary functions on Chief Executive
(1) The Secretary of State may by order confer supplementary functions on the Chief Executive.
(2) A supplementary function is a function which is—
(a) exercisable in connection with functions of the Secretary of State, and
(b) relevant to the provision of facilities for education or training within the Chief Executive's remit.
To be appointed
To be appointed: see s 269(4).
This section does not extend to Scotland: see s 268(1).
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