The appropriate minister or ministers1 may apply to the comptroller2 for compulsory licensing where a report of the Competition and Markets Authority has been laid before Parliament containing conclusions to the effect:
(1) on a competition reference, that a person was engaged in an anticompetitive practice which operated or may be expected to operate against the public interest3; or
(2) on a reference of public bodies and certain other persons4, that a person is pursuing a course of conduct which operates against the public interest5.
Before making such an application, the appropriate minister or ministers must publish, in such manner
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