Tesco accused of giving private school pupils preference by making state school kids queue outside shop
Despite having admitted the policy to a irate dad on Twitter, a supermarket spokesman insisted there's "never been any discrimination between state and private school children"
A university professor claims Tesco supermarket is discriminating against state school kids by making them queue outside - while private school pupils are allowed to walk straight in.
Prof Neil Pollock claimed his son and other pupils at the council school in Edinburgh are forced to stand behind a barrier - and have to wait to be admitted in small groups.
But the respected academic alleges that children from £11,577-a-year George Watson's College - easily identifiable by their maroon blazers - are allowed straight in to the Bruntsfield Metro store unchallenged.