A fairness complaint1 may be made by an individual or by a body of persons, whether incorporated or not, but must not be entertained by Ofcom2 unless made by the person affected3 or by a person authorised by him to make the complaint for him4. Where the person affected is an individual who has died, a fairness complaint may be made by his personal representative or by a member of the family of the person affected, or by some other person or body closely connected with him (whether as his employer, or as a body of which he was
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