by Cormac Rae
Parents and students from Boroughmuir High School complained of a two tiered queuing system at a nearby Tesco metro store.
According to reports, private school George Watson’s student were not required to queue whilst state school Boroughmuir students were allegedly made to wait in a line.
Controversy occurred when a parent and lecturer at Edinburgh University, Neil Pollock engaged in a Twitter spat with a Tesco representative.
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