Ofcom1 may not grant an exclusive licence2 unless a condition in head (1) or head (2) below is met3, being either the condition:
(1) that it is necessary to grant an exclusive licence in order to protect safety of life services; or
(2) that there are other exceptional circumstances which, in Ofcom's opinion, justify the grant of an exclusive licence in order to ensure a general interest objective4.
If Ofcom grants an exclusive licence it must, at such intervals as it considers appropriate, review whether a condition in head (1) or head (2) above continues to be met, and publish
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