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In the National Minimum Wage Act 1998, after section 37 there is inserted—
(1)A person (not being a person to whom section 37(1) above applies) who—
(a)is a member of any of the forces specified in subsection (2) below, and
(b)assists the activities of those forces otherwise than in the course of Crown employment,
does not qualify for the national minimum wage in respect of anything done by him in so assisting those activities.
(2)The forces referred to in subsection (1) above are—
(a)the Combined Cadet Force;
(b)the Sea Cadet Corps;
(c)the Army Cadet Force;
(d)the Air Training Corps.”
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