Tesco lunch queue 'not really fair'
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Pupils say Tesco lunch queuing system 'not really fair'

Tesco has denied claims it has been discriminating against state school pupils after parents raised concerns about the queuing system one of its Edinburgh stores.

It was reported that students from Boroughmuir High School had to queue outside at lunchtime while pupils from nearby private school George Watson's College were allowed in.

Tesco said there was no discrimination but it had to put restrictions in place at its busiest time.

At lunchtime on Tuesday, BBC Scotland heard the views of two Boroughmuir pupils and one from George Watson's College.

  • 22 Nov 2016