A young mother claims staff at Tesco told her to breastfeed in a storeroom instead of the main cafe.
Lucy Foster, 24, says she was left feeling ashamed after being sent to a closed-off area where chairs and Christmas decorations were kept.
She had ordered a cup of tea before checking with a member of staff if she could feed her then seven-week-old baby at the store in Plymouth, Devon, she said.
People have a legal right to breastfeed in public, under the The Equality Act 2010.
In a statement Tesco said it was a ‘misunderstanding’ of its company policy on behalf of the staff and said that… Read the full story