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No, unfortunately it is not.
It would however be a defence to a claim brought against you in so far as the mental illness might impact on your "intention". It is our law that you can only be held liable for damages if you had the intention to cause those damages.
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How do you mean as a "mitigating factor"? Perhaps you could explain more about how you mean? I'm worried that we're talking about different circumstances.