8In section 1 of the M1Equal Pay Act 1970 (requirement of equal treatment for men and women), after subsection (10A) there shall be inserted—E+W+S
“(10B)This section applies in relation to employment as a relevant member of the House of Lords staff as in relation to other employment.
In this subsection “relevant member of the House of Lords staff” has the same meaning as in section 139A of the M2Employment Protection (Consolidation) Act 1978; and subsection (6) of that section applies for the purposes of this section.”.
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