[(1) An employee who presents a complaint to an employment tribunal that he has been unfairly dismissed and—]
[(a) that the reason (or if more than one the principal reason) for the dismissal is one of those specified in—]
[(i) section 100(1)(a) and (b), 101A(1)(d), 102(1), 103 or 103A, or]
[(ii) paragraph 161(2) of Schedule A1 to the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, or]
[(b) that the reason (or, if more than one, the principal reason) for which the employee was selected for dismissal was the one specified in the opening words of section 104F(1) and the condition in paragraph (a) or (b) of that subsection was met,]
[may apply to the tribunal for interim relief.]
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