(1) In section 67 of the 1984 Act (supplementary provisions about codes), for subsections (1) to (7C) there is substituted—
“(1) In this section, “code” means a code of practice under section 60, 60A or 66.
(2) The Secretary of State may at any time revise the whole or any part of a code.
(3) A code may be made, or revised, so as to—
(a) apply only in relation to one or more specified areas,
(b) have effect only for a specified period,
(c) apply only in relation to specified offences or descriptions of offender.
(4) Before issuing a code, or any revision of a code, the Secretary of State m
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