Theresa May ripped into Jeremy Corbyn over what a Labour Party Government would mean for Britons during a heated debate in Parliament.
The Prime Minister claimed the UK under the control of the Labour Party would create “uncontrolled borrowing” and “spiralling taxes”.
The Labour Party leader quizzed Mrs May over her claim at the Conservative Party conference that austerity was coming to an end.
Mr Corbyn said: “The Prime Minister declared she is ending austerity, but unless the budget holds the cuts, increases funding to public services.
“Gives our public servants a decent pay rise, then isn’t the claim that ‘austerity is over’ simply a great big Conservative con.”
Mrs May delivered a swift response listing the Government’s success before she ripped into Jeremy Corbyn’s plans for the UK.
She said: “Can I say to the right honourable gentleman, actually wages are going up, we have increased the national living wage as well.
“There are one million fewer people in absolute poverty under this Government.
“Under universal credit, one million disabled households will get around £110 a month more as a result of being on the use of universal credit.
“He talks about cuts, I’ll him of some cuts that have been of benefit to working people in this country.
“What about the £18.5billion of income tax cuts that have helped household incomes under this Government.
“What about the cuts that this in their households bills that 11million households will see as a result of our energy price cut.
“And, what about the 46billion of cuts through freezing fuel duty that has made a real difference to peoples lives.”
She added: “But, we know what would really hurt working people. Labour’s plans would cost one trillion pounds.
“One thousand billion pounds of people’s money, uncontrolled borrowing, spiralling taxes, working people paying the price of Labour, once again, Labour taking us back to square one.”
During Prime Minister’s Questions, Mrs May also claimed that “better times are ahead under a Conservative Government”.
Speaking at the Conservative Party conference earlier this month, the Prime Minister declared an “end to austerity” telling the country that the “hard work has paid off”.