Until 28 April 20131 where a member of the House of Commons or the Welsh Assembly is authorised to be detained2 under a relevant enactment3 on the ground, however formulated, that he is suffering from mental disorder4, it is the duty of the court, authority or person on whose order or application, and of any medical practitioner on whose recommendation or certificate, the detention was authorised, and of the person in charge of the hospital or other place in which the member is authorised to be detained, to notify the Speaker of the
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