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Discrimination arising from disability: paramedic's theft of anesthetic gas not a consequence of depression

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    McGraw v London Ambulance Service NHS Trust ET/3301865/11 (0 other reports)

McGraw v London Ambulance Service NHS Trust ET/3301865/11

Equality Act 2010 | disability discrimination | discrimination arising from disability

This case is a useful early example, along with Williams v Ystrad Mynach College ET/1600019/11, of how employment tribunals are approaching the new concept of "discrimination arising from disability" under the Equality Act 2010. The claimant fell at the first hurdle by failing to demonstrate a link between his disability and his treatment by the employer.