If it appears to the Privy Council1 that the Nursing and Midwifery Council2 has failed to perform any functions which, in the opinion of the Privy Council, should have been performed, the Privy Council may notify the Council of its opinion and require the Council to make representations to it3. The Privy Council may, having considered the representations of the Council, give such directions, if any, to the Council as it considers appropriate4. If the Council fails to comply with any such directions, the Privy Council may give effect to the direction
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