Maajid Nawaz is Leading Britain's Conversation
30 May 2017, 17:02
This caller is caring for her mother and son, while also battling with her own health issues. She became tearful about what she thinks a Tory government would mean for her.
Shelagh Fogarty asked her audience to tell her which political party they trust more, and she received a pretty strong response.
One caller said that he thinks Labour is lying about the poverty in England, telling Shelagh: "I think this food bank lark is a myth and they’re plenty of jobs out there. I’m 73, I could go out of my house this morning and I can come back tonight with a job."
But then this caller phoned in with a very different view.
She became very tearful while telling Shelagh about the pressure Conservative cuts have put on her family, and how terrified she is at the prospect of another Tory government.
Watch the clip to hear what she has to say.