May Low is a member of Burton's Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI), set up after the Government raised the women's retirement age to 65. But women born in the 1950s claim they were not notified of the decision or that it had been implemented and therefore have reached pension age without knowing that they will be unable to claim their pension. We had a chat with May on what makes her tick
Favourite film or TV series?
Inn of Six Happiness.
Chinese spare ribs.
Tell us one thing no-one knows about you?
I broke my mum's best Tutbury Crystal vase and put it back together in cabinet and 'till this day no-one knows.
What’s your ultimate ambition in life?
To know that I did my best at everything I have done.
Rudeness, dishonesty, and lateness.
What’s your favourite song?
I will always love you.
Marmite? Love it or hate it?
What’s your worst habit?
Talking too much.
What was your first car?
If you could make a law, what would it be?
Everyone had to do national service.
If you could go anywhere in the world where would it be?
Who would you invite to a dinner party - dead or alive?
What would you do if you won the lottery?
Make sure my children and grandchildren were set up for life.