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"Normal day-to-day activities"

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    Cook v Kitchen Range Limited [1997] ET/1501064/97 (0 other reports)

In Cook v Kitchen Range Foods a Bury St Edmunds industrial tribunal rejected a disability discrimination claim on the grounds that the claimant, who had injured his back at work, was not disabled".

Mr Cook was employed as a production worker at the respondent's Huntingdon factory.