Employment – Termination of Employment. As the case before the Employment Appeal Tribunal and the Court of Appeal was being put on a difference basis than it had been put in the Employment Tribunal (ET), it would be wrong for the appeal court to decide the case on a different basis from which it was argued before the ET. In any event, the Court of Appeal, Civil Division, held that the claimant's argument would not have succeeded. In determining whether reasonable adjustments had been made to accommodate the claimant's phobia, a perception by the claimant that he had to work on the wards was insufficient to establish a provision criterion or practice in a reasonable adjustments claim.