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Paul Booth is a successful businessman. He also has bipolar disorder and now campaigns for an overhaul in workplace mental health.
More than three-quarters of people in Wales would worry about disclosing a mental health condition at work, according to a new survey.
Research from the Priory Group found that people would be reluctant to mention a condition for fear of a negative reaction from their employer.
It believes more than 130,000 people in Wales diagnosed with a mental health condition may be suffering in silence.