Beales v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions - Meaning of disability for DDA purposes [2006] EAT

Although this ruling was delivered on 18.9.2006, the events which led to it and the original tribunal hearing in the case took place before the Disability Discrimination Act 2005 came into force in December 2005.

That Act removed the previous requirement that a mental condition must be clinically well-recognised if it is to count as a disability for DDA purposes.

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