Speaking during the final Prime Minister’s Questions of this Parliament before the general election, Ms May continued: “I am clear under Conservative Government incomes would continue to increase”.
Mr Roberston continued: “I asked the Prime Minister a pretty simple question – it’s a yes or a no and the Prime Minister failed to answer.
Pensioners right across this land are right to conclude that this Tory Prime Minister plans to ditch the triple lock on state pensions.
The failure to commit to retaining the lock, introduced during the coalition, will undoubtedly provide further hints that the Prime Minister is considering ditching the safeguard.
Richard, who runs an IT company in Kent, said: ‘The treatment I received from one of [Starbucks] staff this morning was extremely offensive and humiliating.
‘Would this be acceptable to a person with more obvious disabilities? ‘Yes I have a speech impediment, and have been subjected to many jokes over the years, of which most I can handle, however there are many people that struggle to cope in public and this could be extremely upsetting for them.
A Starbucks barista has been suspended after 'humiliating' a man with a stutter by allegedly writing his name as ‘RRR…ichard’ – to mock his speech impediment.
RELATED: This Starbucks barista can't stop, won't stop, dancing RELATED: People are using coffee to dye hair Richard Procter says he was handed the cup in a Starbucks in Kent, England, by the callous barista earlier this month.
At the time, however, Downing Street said the commitment “still stands”.
June 6, 2016 – Our 10th anniversary gala was held at the Lighthouse at the Chelsea Piers, and we had the distinct privilege of honoring Bruce Willis. Willis was introduced by his wife Emma Heming-Willis,and his Freeing Voices, Changing Lives award was presented by two amazing kids who stutter, Oliver and Sammy.
Richard Procter says he was handed the cup in the Starbucks at Ashford International railway station in Kent by the callous barista on the morning of January 13.
The employee penned Richard’s name round the lip of the cup with extra letters and an ellipsis to indicate where he struggled to say his name.
The only difference in this instance is that I was handed the proof instead of having to listen to the comment.”Chief executive of The British Stammering Association (BSA) Norbert Lieckfeldt said: “This is just another example of the ridicule and thoughtlessness that people who stammer face every day and which makes living your life with a stammer so hard.“We know that stammering is a physical, neurological disability, covered by the Equality Act – one is left wondering what kind of service others, for example people with cerebral palsy, can expect from Starbucks?