Woman makes impassioned plea during suspension of Parliament protests
A woman gatecrashed a Sky News interview to drastically showcase the reality of Westminster's decisions on Brexit.
The woman said: "I work and I gave this country my youth. I'm very grateful for what you taught me but you must make me part of all this process. I can't just be kicked out. I build things for you, I've looked after your children. I've looked after the elderly in this country. Now you kick me out with what? With what?
Gesturing towards the Houses of Parliament, she said: "I am very very hurt by what they've done to England because I came here and I joined the working force and I'm very proud of it and I'm very angry at them for doing this to this country."
She went onto say she had had problems with her national insurance number and that she was going to have to start the whole process again.