A licence for research authorising the bringing about of a human admixed embryo1 cannot authorise any activity unless the activity appears to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority2:
(1) to be necessary or desirable for any of the principal purposes specified in heads (a) to (h) below3;
(2) to be necessary or desirable for the purpose of providing knowledge that, in the view of the Authority, may be capable of being applied for the purposes specified in heads (a) or (b) below4; or
(3) to be necessary or desirable for such other purposes as may be specified in regulations5.
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