The single mum whose tax credits question shamed David Cameron at Prime Minister’s Questions has admitted the cuts have left her “terrified”.
Nursery manager Kelly Ward, 39, will be stripped of £1,800 a year in the Government’s £12billion social security assault.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn highlighted her plight when he faced the PM in the Commons.
And the Tory boss’s arrogant response “made my blood boil”, Kelly revealed, as she took apart his excuses one by one.
She is one of three million families whose lifeline will be hammered when the latest cuts bite in April.
“I want David Cameron to tell me why he thinks I’m better off and why me and my son going without stuff will help this country,” she fumed.
“He spouts off rubbish. He makes my blood boil. He says they’re a party for the working people; it’s a load of rubbish.
“I’m a working person and he’s not doing anything for me, absolutely nothing.”
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