Amendment made: No. 223, in page 3, line 37, leave out subsections (2) to (5) and insert—
'(2) In carrying out that function the OFT may (without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1)) make arrangements for approving consumer codes and may, in accordance with the arrangements, give its approval to or withdraw its approval from any consumer code.
(3) Any such arrangements must specify the criteria to be applied by the OFT in determining whether to give approval to or withdraw approval from a consumer code.
(4) Any such arrangements may in particular—
(5) The OFT shall publish any arrangements under subsection (2) in such manner it considers appropriate.
(6) In this section "consumer code" means a code of practice or other document (however described) intended, with a view to safeguarding or promoting the interests of consumers, to regulate by any means the conduct of persons engaged in the supply of goods or services to consumers (or the conduct of their employees or representatives).'.—[Miss Melanie Johnson.]