Surrey Police v Marshall
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Surrey Police v Marshall  IRLR 843 EAT (0 other reports)
Rachel Marshall applied for a job with the Surrey Police as a fingerprints recognition officer. She disclosed her medical history and that she has bipolar affective disorder (the clinical term for manic depression) for which she had been hospitalised on three occasions in 1996 and 1997. Nevertheless, she was interviewed, tested and offered the post, subject to medical clearance.