How shops sign away the self-worth of disabled people

  The Guardian 

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When a ‘chip and signature’ payment card is refused, the impact on a shopper’s dignity is hugeMy mother was gleeful. We had identified a pair of designer trainers coveted by her grandson and she had resolved to buy them for his Christmas present. She braved the Saturday scrum in Footasylum, queued on painful legs for the till and wrestled the shoebox into her shopping bag. It was then she was told
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