[(1) This section applies where—
(a) [the CMA] has given section 140B advice and the regulator has published a response under section 140G, and
(b) the [CMA] remains of the opinion that one or more of the things mentioned in section 140B(4) may cause or contribute to, the effect mentioned in section 140B(5).
(2) The [CMA] may refer the section 140B advice to the Treasury by sending the Treasury—
(a) a copy of the section 140B advice and of the response, and
(b) a request to consider the advice and the response.
(3) In referring the section 140B advice, the [CMA] may
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