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Evidence needed of deduced effects

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    Woodrup v London Borough of Southwark EAT/702/00 (0 other reports)

In Woodrup v London Borough of Southwark (4 February 2002), the EAT holds that an applicant with a mental illness, who argued that her condition would have had a substantial adverse effect on her normal day-to-day activities were it not for medical treatment she was receiving, failed to fall within the definition of disability because she did not put forward medical evidence to support her claim.