173(1)  Nothing in any enactment shall require any proposals in respect of regulations to be referred to the Committee or the Council if–

(a)it appears to the Secretary of State that by reason of the urgency of the matter it is inexpedient so to refer them; or

(b)the relevant advisory body have agreed that they shall not be referred.

173(2)  Where by virtue only of subsection (1)(a) above the Secretary of State makes regulations without proposals in respect of them having been referred, then, unless the relevant advisory body agrees that this subsection shall not apply, he shall refer the regulations to that body as soon as practicable after making them.

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