Acts of Parliament relating to sports law confer various powers and duties on the Secretary of State1. The office of Secretary of State is a unified office, and in law each Secretary of State is capable of performing the functions of all or any of them2. In practice, functions relating to sports law mostly belong to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
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