On last night's Question Time, in Dover, a Tory voter confronted a minister over the government's plans to cut tax credits.
The mother seemed on the brink of tears and shouted "shame on you" at energy and climate change secretary Amber Rudd on the BBC1 programme, over plans that will see up to three million families £1,300-a-year worse off from next April.
After the microphone reached her, the woman said:
I voted Conservatives originally because I thought you were going to be the better chance for me and my children. You're about to cut tax credits after promising you wouldn't.
I work bloody hard for my money, to provide for my children, to give them everything they've got and you're going to take it away from me and them.
I can hardly afford the rent I have to pay, I can hardly afford the bills I've got to do, and you're going to take more than me. Shame on you!
Watch the clip below:
David Cameron promised not to cut tax credits for the poorest working people before the general election, but the plans were later unveiled in George Osborne's Budget.