The applicant appealed a decision that she did not suffer an impairment within the Act. The test applied was correct, namely whether the applicant had a mental impairment did substantially affect her normal day-to-day activities. The tribunal had made a careful examination of the evidence, and found some at least of the applicant’s evidence not credible. The decision was not to be interfered with.
The Honourable Lord Johnston
England and Wales
Cited – Delamaine v Abbey National PLC 22-May-1998
(Industrial Tribunal) . .
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Updated: 07 July 2022; Ref: scu.168290