‘Voters walked out of a Tory campaign event – leaving flailing David Cameron red faced as he defended Conservative cuts.
The Prime Minister hoped to win over mobile phone workers with a town hall-style question-and-answer session.
But the bid backfired when they subjected him to a 42-minute grilling him over food banks, legal aid cuts and slashing benefits for the most vulnerable.
The flustered PM, sweat glistening at the base of his neck, watched as up to 30 of the 200-strong audience at O2 in Leeds walked out during his appearance, preferring to go back to work than listen to his electioneering.’
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