Some of the customers joined in momentarily, as if to mock us. I personally welcomed them chanting with us.
The emotional abuse and manipulation was so subtle and gradual that it wasn’t until much later that I realised what had happened to me.
He saved suicidal men in the daytime, and then he would come back and throw my dinner at my face.
When I heard rumours about a colleague and long-term friend, I reported them. This is what happened next.
I was told I didn't earn enough. But as someone on a zero-hours contract, I have no choice about the hours I work.
What if most men were like me, awkward and fumbling and selfish and stupid in their teens and twenties, and some men never got past that stage?
Many benefits workers feel out of their depth.
As the controversial new benefit is rolled out across the UK, one young claimant tells their story.