[(1) An employee who satisfies prescribed conditions may be absent from work at any time during an additional adoption leave period.
(2) An additional adoption leave period is a period calculated in accordance with regulations made by the Secretary of State.
[(3) Regulations under subsection (2)—
(a) may allow an employee [to bring forward the date on which an additional adoption leave period ends, subject to prescribed restrictions and subject to satisfying prescribed conditions];
[(aa) may allow an employee in prescribed circumstances to revoke, or to be treated as revoking, the bringing forward of that date;]
(b) may specify circumstances in which an employee may work for his employer during an additional adoption leave period without bringing the period to an end
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