[(1) An employee who is dismissed shall be regarded for the purposes of this Part as unfairly dismissed if—
(a) the reason or principal reason for the dismissal is of a prescribed kind, or
(b) the dismissal takes place in prescribed circumstances.
(2) In this section “prescribed” means prescribed by regulations made by the Secretary of State.
(3) A reason or set of circumstances prescribed under this section must relate to—
(a) pregnancy, childbirth or maternity,
[(aa) time off under section 57ZE,]
[(ab) time off under section 57ZJ or 57ZL,]
(b) ordinary, compulsory or additional maternity leave,
[(ba) ordinary or additional adoption leave,]
[(bb) shared parental leave,]
(c) parental leave,
[(ca) [paternity leave],
[(cb) parental bereavement leave,] or]
(d) time off under section 57A;
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