||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 269 (Oct)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
||Jane Russell (instructed by Avon & Bristol Law Centre) for the employee.
||Rebecca Dennis (instructed by MLM Solicitors, Cardiff) for the employer.
||24 October 2005
Employment - Disability - Discrimination - Employee suffering from depression - Employment tribunal finding employee not disabled within meaning of Act - Whether employee prevented from carrying out her activities - , s 1(1).
The Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the decision of the employment tribunal that the employee was not a disabled person, as defined by s1(1) of the as her impairment had not prevented her from carrying out her work activities, on the basis that no fault could be found with the tribunal's decision.
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