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Theresa May has been berated by a voter with a learning disability who has suffered cuts to her benefits, as the prime minister mingled with members of the public in Oxfordshire.
Axar.az reports citing the Guardian.
The Conservative leader was tackled by Cathy Mohan in Abingdon market, who said she could not live on her remaining benefits of £100 a month after the replacement of the disability living allowance with the personal independence payment.
May said her government had “a lot of plans for people with mental health [problems] in particular” but the voter continued to challenge her.
2017.05.15 / 19:59