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(1)In section 232B of the 1992 Act (small accidental failures to comply with certain provisions in relation to industrial action ballot to be disregarded)—
(a)in subsection (1), at the end add “ for all purposes (including, in particular, those of section 232A(c)) ”; and
(b)in subsection (2), for “230(2A)” substitute “ 230(2B) ”.
(2)In section 62 of that Act (right of union member to ballot before industrial action), in subsection (2), omit “and” at the end of paragraph (b) and after that paragraph insert—
“(bb)section 232A does not prevent the industrial action from being regarded as having the support of the ballot; and”.
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