Sawyer v Department for Work & Pensions (Job Centre Plus) EAT - intolerance to low temperatures is not a disability within the DDA 1995.

Mr Sawyer claimed that he sufferred from bronchitis, breathing difficulties and hay fever.  He claimed that the first two
of these disabilities were triggered when the place/room was below 27 degrees Celsius. He made a claim under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (presumably, although the EAT judgment does not say so, on grounds that his employer had failed to make reasonable adjustments to cater for his condition).

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