'I don't consider it to be heckling, I consider that I stood up and spoke out because it needed to be said,' she said.
'He had ignored – and this conference has ignored – people that have been standing up and asking for him to guarantee the 15 per cent rise for the NHS, a £15 minimum wage.'
She said she expected to be thrown out of the party for her actions, adding: 'He had 10 pledges. He has reneged on most of those pledges. He talked about uniting the party. The party has never been so divided as it is now and it's getting worse.
'I probably will be expelled and that's sad because I work bloody hard for this party. I don't get paid for it, it's because on my membership card it says this is a party of socialist democrats, it's a socialist democratic party and that's why I joined – so we all have a voice and we haven't had a voice.'