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. The tribunal referred to the passage in the Guidance which emphasises that the term "normal day-to-day activities" is "not intended to include activities which are normal only for a particular person or group of people".
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