She has lived in refuges, worked in peep shows, relied on food banks and moved 46 times since she was 16. Cash Carraway has also written a provocative – and funny – memoir about what it means to be poor in Britain today. Janice Turner meets her While she was pregnant, Cash Carraway worked in a Soho peepshow. Half-naked inside the cramped booth, she’d hear the clunk of a £2 coin, the mechanism whirr as a hatch opened to reveal a pair of male eyes she’d observe minutes later rolling back in orgasm. The owners of the eyes changed throughout the day: early morning homeless men, mid-morning market traders, lunchtime ad agency runners, evening boozers. Although they were probably expecting some nubile Latvian lovely, none seemed repelled by Carraway’s swelling form, often shouting out requests like, “Turn around and spread. I want to see that baby’s head.” Indeed, many returned time after time and when Carraway finally left to give birth to her daughter they brought in presents: an expensive Bugaboo pram,… Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. Fur turning rubber sole, Imitation ox tendon sole, Injection molded sole R...