After the close of an inquiry1, the appointed person2 must make a report in writing3 to the Secretary of State or, as the case may be, the Welsh Ministers4 which must include his conclusions and his recommendations or his reasons for not making any recommendations5.
If, after the close of an inquiry, the Secretary of State or the Welsh Ministers differ from the appointed person on any matter of fact mentioned in, or appearing to him or them to be material to, a conclusion reached by the appointed person, or take into consideration any new evidence or new matter of
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