(1) The provisions of this Act to which this section applies have in effect in relation to employment as a relevant member of the House of Commons staff as they have effect in relation to other employment.
(2) This section applies to—
(a) Part I,
(b) Part III,
(c) in Part V, [sections [43M,] 44, 45A[, 47[, [47AA,] 47C [, 47D and 47E]]]], and sections 48 and 49 so far as relating to those sections,
(d) Part VI, apart from sections 58 to 60,
[(e) Parts [VIA,] VII, VIII and VIIIA,]
(f) in Part IX, sections 92 and 93,
(g) Part X, apart from sections 101 and 102, and
(h) this Part and Parts XIV and XV.
[(2A) For the purposes of the application of section 98B(2) in relation to a relevant member of the House of Commons staff, the reference to the employer's undertaking shall be construed as a reference to the national interest or, if the case so requires, the interests of the House of Commons.]
(3) For the purposes of the application of the provisions of this Act to which this section applies in relation to a relevant member of the House of Commons staff—
(a) references to an employee shall be construed as references to a relevant member of the House of Commons staff,
(b) references to a
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