The Secretary of State1 may give to an air traffic services licence holder2 or to air traffic services licence holders generally such directions of a general character as he thinks are necessary or expedient in the interests of national security, or in the interests of encouraging or maintaining the United Kingdom's relations with another country or territory3. The Secretary of State may give to a licence holder a direction:
(1) requiring it to do or not to do a particular thing, if the Secretary of State thinks it necessary or expedient to give the direction in the interests of
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