UK 24 March 2015 "WE WANT IT HOW IT USED TO BE!": Old people heckle David Cameron at Age UK rally "Can we do a deal? You promise no booing, no jeering?!" Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up An audience of pensioners at an Age UK conference were spitting Werther's this afternoon as David Cameron addressed their rally. The elderly hecklers, channelling the kind of anger usually reserved for facetious paper boys and the golliwog disappearing from Robinsons marmalade labels, laid into the Prime Minister on the NHS. They also roared in fury when the poor PM decided to take some questions from journalists, in an odd twist where he'd clearly decided the press would give him an easier ride. Cameron evoked further outrage when he attempted the Tories' well-practised 'courting the grey vote' shtick, being corrected by the audience when condemning the other parties for not speaking at the event. Watch him squirm: Calm down, dearies. › Sketch: The Alex Salmond procession comes to London I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!