(1) This section applies for the purposes of this Part.
(2) A reference to treatment of a description prohibited by this Act does not include treatment in so far as it is treatment that would contravene—
(a) Part 1 (public sector duty regarding socio-economic inequalities), or
(b) Chapter 1 of Part 11 (public sector equality duty).
(3) “Group insurance arrangement” means an arrangement between an employer and another person for the provision by that other person of facilities by way of insurance to the employer's employees (or a class of those employees).
(4) “Collective agreement” has the meaning given in section
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