Cosgrove v Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (Northern Ireland) - Disability Discrimination, appeared on Bailii 17.12.2005

The claimant had a skin condition, known as psoriasis that would not have satisfied the definition of disability (s.1 DDA). What allowed it to satisfy the definition was the severe disfigurement. The claimants failure to get the job was not related to that severe disfigurement, but rather to the skin condition itself, therefore the claim must fail.

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