Cameron Heckled By Pensioners At Age UK Rally (Video)

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Cameron Heckled By Pensioners At Age UK Rally (Video)

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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