(1) This paragraph applies to anything done—
(a) in pursuance of an enactment;
(b) in pursuance of an instrument made by a member of the executive under an enactment;
(c) to comply with a requirement imposed (whether before or after the passing of this Act) by a member of the executive by virtue of an enactment;
(d) in pursuance of arrangements made (whether before or after the passing of this Act) by or with the approval of, or for the time being approved by, a Minister of the Crown;
(e) to comply with a condition imposed (whether before or after the passing of this Act) by a Minister of the Crown.
(2) A person does not contravene Part 3, 4, 5 or 6 by doing anything to which this paragraph applies which discriminates against another because of the other's nationality.
(3) A person (A) does not contravene Part 3, 4, 5 or 6 if, by doing anything to which this paragraph applies, A discriminates against another (B) by applying to B a provision, criterion or practice which relates to—
(a) B's place of ordinary residence;
(b) the length of time B has been present or resident in or outside the United Kingdom or an area within it.
(1) This paragraph applies to an organisation the purpose of which is—
(a) to practise a religion or belief,
(b) to advance a religion or belief,
(c) to teach the practice or principles of a religion or belief,
(d) to enable persons of a religion or belief to receive any benefit,
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