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Psoriasis not severe disfigurement

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    Blyth v Historic Scotland [2001] ET/S/4000514/00 (0 other reports)

A woman who had widespread and troublesome psoriasis did not have a "severe disfigurement", where the psoriasis was mainly on her torso and legs, an Edinburgh employment tribunal (Chair R M Webster MBE RD) has ruled in Blyth v Historic Scotland.

Isabel Blyth was employed as a guide at Edinburgh Castle. Following her dismissal, she made a number of claims against her employers.