This video from Britain says about itself:
TV debate: heckler interrupts David Cameron
2 April 2015
Victoria Prosser decided it was all hot air during the General Election TV debate, heckling David Cameron about the plight of some men and women who have served in the armed forces.
By Luke James in Britain:
Voters won’t trust debate dodging Cameron
Saturday 18th April 2015
Ms Prosser was thrown out of the audience at the first debate two weeks ago when she took on the Tory PM over rising homelessness.
And yesterday she slammed Mr Cameron for his no-show on Thursday, saying: “I think it sends a clear message to voters — don’t put your trust in the Tories.
“They can’t even spare an evening to debate in front of the public, who are paying their wages.
“I think that should hopefully swing people away from voting for them.”
Ms Prosser spoke out as Labour leader Ed Miliband issued a fresh challenge to Mr Cameron for a head-to-head showdown.
Mr Miliband said his Tory rival was trying to “duck, weave and dive” his way back into Downing Street.
“If he had guts he’d come out and accept the challenge to debate me one-on-one, head-to-head,” he said during a campaign visit to Lincoln.
This video from Britain says about herself:
Heckler’s verdict on second leaders’ GE2015 debate (02Apr15)
Victoria Prosser, a “heckler” during the second televised leaders’ debate gives her verdict on the debate.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Cameron heckler gives her verdict
Saturday 18th April 2015
VICTORIA PROSSER provided the stand-out moment of the first TV debate when she heckled David Cameron. Now the straight-talking mum of two gives her verdict on Thursday’s leaders showdown exclusively for the Morning Star.
On Ukip leader Nigel Farage…
“Farage just attacks any group that disagrees with him. He usually blamed immigrants and now he’s turned on the audience for being too left-wing. Maybe they just don’t agree with his racist policies and can see right through him?”
On Labour leader Ed Miliband…
On SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon…
“Sturgeon came across a lot better than the men. She’s got more of a touch of the people about her.”
On Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood…
“They have the interest of their local communities at heart, which is what I want to see more of in politics.”
On Green leader Natalie Bennett…
“The Greens mention a lot of important topics I meet on a daily basis, whether that’s affordable homes or sustainability. But they don’t always explain how they’re going to do that.”
On the debates’ effect on voters…
“The great thing about these debates is that they’ve exposed any racism and radical ideas the parties have got to the public.
“On the other hand, it’s all very scripted, the questions are very prescribed and I’m not really sure they ever say exactly what’s going on.”
On reaction to her heckle…
“I had a brilliant response. People were coming up and saying: ‘It’s great to have a voice.’
“The word on the street is that people want to be able to have their say.
They’re tired of having to look up to people who are rich and privileged making decisions about their daily lives.”