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Rayner v Turning Point & Ors - "Medical diagnosis approach" to establishing disability in mental impairment case is out-dated and wrong [2010] EAT

When establishing disability under DDA 1995 in a mental impairment case, the old "medical diagnosis" style of approach should not be followed, because the requirement to demonstrate a clinically recognised condition was removed in 2005. The new, "more liberal" approach of establishing mental impairment - including taking note of a GP's evidence - should be followed.

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