||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 279 (Jan)
||Employment Appeal tribunal
Judge Collins, Mr B Gibbs and Mr PAL Parker
||Daphne Romney (instructed by Neves Solicitors, Hitchin) for H.
||Lord Phillimore (instructed by Solicitor for Customs & Excise) for the Commissioners.
||31 January 2001
Employment - Discrimination - Disability - Clinically well-recognised illness - Employee claiming suffering from depression at date of alleged discrimination - Tribunal reaching decision in favour of employer - Employee providing medical report after decision reached but prior to reasons being typed up - Whether tribunal to take account of medical report.
The consideration of a further medical report would not have affected the conclusion of an employment tribunal that the appellant was not suffering from mental impairment resulting from a clinically well-recognised illness, within the meaning of para 1 of Schedule 1 to the Disability Discrimination Act, at the time of alleged discriminatory acts against him by his employer.
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