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Written in the wake of the Law Commission's Consultation Paper Liability for Psychiatric Illness (No 137), Jones examines the law on negligently inflicted psychiatric illness and ventures that The Law Commission's recommendations for reform did not go far enough. Discussion centres around Jones's dismissal of the need to 'distinguish between plaintiffs who sustain physical injury and those who suffer psychiatric illness as a result of a defendant's carelessness'.