Prime Minister David Cameron was heckled and mocked as he tries to answer questions about the NHS during Age UK’s General Election Rally.
The Mail Online report: Pensioners shouted ‘rubbish’, ‘lies’, and ‘answer the question’ – and one waved his walking stick at the Prime Minister – as he was challenged about spending on social care and agency workers employed by the NHS.
Mr Cameron had given a speech outlining his commitment to annual rises in the state pension, protecting the health budget and entitlements to free TV licences and bus passes.
He finished his address to a ‘General Election rally’ held by the charity Age UK in central London by urging the audience to ‘choose what’s right for our children and grandchildren’ by voting Conservative.
But in a combative question and answer session, many of the pensioners were deeply unimpressed by his answers.
Video By The Telegraph
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