||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 38 (Feb)
||Emloyment Appeal Tribunal
Judge A Wilkie QC, Mr J R Crosby and Mr H Singh
||Peter Ward (instructed by Keoghs, Bolton) for the appellant.
||John Hand QC (instructed by Chandler Harris, Manchester) for the respondent.
||16 November 2001
Employment - Disability - Discrimination - Mental illness - Tribunal determining appellant not suffering from continuing depression - Whether tribunal in error.
The decision of the majority of the employment tribunal that the appellant was not disabled because she was not suffering from a relevant mental impairment at the relevant time, was one which could not be faulted, either in terms of its legal analysis or in terms of the evidence supporting it.
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