volume 4, issue 1, P55-64 1982
DOI: 10.1080/09649068208414569
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Abstract: RECENT !hClAL SECUwrV COMMISSIONERS' DECISIONS 55 meaning, including unease of all kinds, it must be related to the limitations set out in regulation 3 (1) (6) and would not include fits or tantrums or the refusal to walk of the Downs syndrome boy considered in R(M) 1/78. With resped, it is not clear that this conclusion is fully consistent with the interpretation adopted in C. M. 2/81 and its correctness must await further decisions. In C.S. M. 1/81 the claimant, who was blind, could make the physical moveme…

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