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2. A person shall not be entitled to unemployment benefit, sickness benefit or invalidity benefit in respect of any day on which he is serving member of the forces, other than either—
(a)a member of any territorial or reserve force mentioned in Part I of Schedule 5 to the Social Security (Contributions) Regulations 1975 who is not undergoing training or instruction as such a member for a continuous period exceeding 72 consecutive hours; or
(b)a member of the Ulster Defence Regiment who is neither—
(i)serving also as a member of any of the regular naval, military or air forces of the Crown, nor
(ii)on the full-time permanent staff of that regiment, nor
(iii)serving or undergoing training or instruction in that regiment for a continuous period exceeding 72 consecutive hours.
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