Watch – “I can’t live on £100 a month’ May confronted by angry voter
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Theresa May was confronted today in Abingdon Market by, Cathy who has learning difficulties, who told the PM “The fat cats keep the money and us lot get nothing.”
She then told May that she “can’t live on £100 a month” as her disability allowance has been removed and replaced by the Government’s Personal Independence Payment system.
She won’t talk to journalists so members of the public are having to take her on.
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