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Whitbread Hotel Co Ltd. v Bayley - Disability discrimination and dyslexia [2006] EAT

The interest of this case is that it clearly demonstrates that dyslexia can amount to a disability within the meaning of the Disability Discriminiation Act 1995. Mr Bayley, aged 17, worked for about 6 weeks in a Marriott Hotel in Manchester before he resigned. He then brought Tribunal proceedings claiming, along with other claims, disability discrimination, based on the fact that he was severely dyslexic.

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