SCHEDULE 1N.I.ENACTMENTS REFERRED TO IN SECTION 1(1)
F1The Family Allowances Acts 1965 to 1969.
F2The Redundancy Payments Acts 1965 and 1969.
The Ministry of Social Security Act 1966 [1966 c.20] .
F1The Family Income Supplements Act 1970 [1970 c.55] .
[F3The Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992.]
[F3The Social Security Administration Act 1992.]
[F4The Pension Schemes Act 1993]
F4Any Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom (whether passed before or after this Act) or any instrument made under any such Act which amends, extends, re-enacts (with or without modification) or repeals any of the above-mentioned Acts or any such Act of the said Parliament or instrument as aforesaid.
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Schedule 2 — Amendments