- Prime Minister was given rough ride during walkabout in Abingdon, Oxfordshire
- Cathy told Theresa May that she was struggling and wanted benefits reinstated
- Mrs May also taken to task over Help to Buy scheme being available to wealthy
- One voter told PM she was ‘best of a bad bunch’ and May said she was ‘flattered’
Theresa May was berated over cuts to disability benefits today as she went on an election walkabout in an Oxfordshire market town today.
The Prime Minister was confronted by Cathy Mohan, who has learning difficulties, during her visit to Abingdon.
The furious voter told Mrs May that the ‘fatcats keep the money and us lot get nothing’ .
But Mrs May insisted the government was trying to focus the limited money available on those ‘in the most need’.