Sharp v Manpower UK Lyd and IBM - Hepatitis C sufferer fails to prove disability [2005] EAT

The EAT refused to interfere with a decision of the Employment Tribunal that a Claimant was not disabled within the meaning of the DDA 1995.  The question was one of fact and so the EAT could not intervene.

Although the ET did not in terms say that it had considered the effects of his disabilities cumulatively it was clear from the judgment as a whole that it had done so.

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