Physical Health in UK Law

  • R v Gloucestershire County Council and Another, ex parte Barry ; Same v Same
    • House of Lords
    • 20 Mar 1997
    ...... Gloucestershire County Council and the Secretary of State for Health (Appellants) Ex Parte Barry (A.P.) ......
  • City of York Council v P J Grosset
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 15 May 2018
    ......He became very stressed under this increased pressure of work; his health suffered badly; and that in turn increased the level of stress, as he ... to spend up to three hours a day in a punishing regime of physical exercise to clear his lungs. That severely restricted the time and energy ......
  • Cameron Mathieson, a deceased child (by his father Craig Mathieson) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
    • Supreme Court
    • 08 Jul 2015
    ...... (1), which requires the person to be "so severely disabled physically or mentally" that (b) by day, he requires from another person frequent ... "All in-patients' disability-related needs are met by the national health service. That is where the rule against overlapping provision comes in, ......
  • Chief Adjudication Officer v Foster
    • House of Lords
    • 28 Ene 1993
    ...... as solely referrable to the nature and degree of a person's physical or mental disability. Thus the Secretary of State may specify ......
  • Roberts v Johnstone
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 17 Mar 1988
    ......D. Johnston and The East Anglian Regional Health Authority . MR. HARVEY MacGREGOR, Q.C. and MR. JOHN HOLT, ......
  • R (Burke) v General Medical Council
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 28 Jul 2005
    ......' Conference of England and Wales The Secretary of State for Health Patient Concern Medical Ethics Alliance Alert British Section for ...He was diagnosed in 1982. He suffers very serious physical disabilities but has retained his mental competence and capacity. He has ......
  • Sheffield CC v S
    • Family Division
    • 05 Nov 2002
    ...... abnormality he has both severe learning disabilities and some physical disabilities. Although he is generally healthy he appears particularly ......
  • R (Bernard and Another) v Enfield Borough Council
    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 25 Oct 2002
    ......The second claimant's health had deteriorated slightly and she was still suffering from incontinence. . ... as the nature and context of the treatment, its duration, its physical and mental effects and, in some instances, the sex, age and state of ......
  • Re B (Adult: Refusal of Treatment)
    • Family Division
    • 22 Mar 2002
    ......Thereafter Ms B was in generally good health although she had some continued weakness in her left arm. . . ... possibly go quietly psychotic, quite frankly, apart from the physical discomfort. That just terrified me, the prospect of dying like that, ......
  • Mallinson (A.P.) v Secretary of State for Social Security
    • House of Lords
    • 21 Abr 1994
    ...... - (a) he is so severely disabled physically or mentally that, by day, he requires from another person either - ......
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