So I just applied for a job with the BBC. Under the equal opportunity guidelines, I put in that I was disabled with a long term illness. Perhaps I was encouraged by the fact that if you are disabled, the BBC will always interview you if you meet the minimum job requirements (which I do). I don't think of it as a disability as such, but it seemed to fit that little box and apparently, if I don't declare it, get the job, then encounter a situation where something bad happens, they can fire me for it. If I declare it, they can't. Am I playing the system here, do you think it's a valid claim?