This garnered approval from the usual crop of #CovidKarens:
Who are - as usual - as wrong as they are smugly self-righteous:
A disabled woman assisted by Kester Disability Rights has been paid £7,000 in compensation by a service provider who refused her access to a service because she was unable to wear a face mask. The pay-out was achieved through negotiation as there was no dispute that access had been denied, or that the Claimant had a disability exemption. The only thing to be agreed was the amount of compensation, not whether it was due or not.
Refusing access to people unable to wear face coverings due to disability is direct discimination - no different to denying access to a black or gay person for example.
I hope that Budgens store has had a rethink, or it could prove very costly...
H/T: Sheri Copeland via Twitter