Shadow chancellor Ed Balls told Daybreak that if the Coalition Government really wants to get the economy moving they should "do an immediate boost for housing and transport this year and next."
"The chancellor talks about capital spending, he's not actually acting, that's why things aren't working", he said.
Last year the deficit went up, the reason why he said he's doing this spending review is because he said he'd get rid of it, it's going to be £96 billion in two years time.
Living standards are falling, the economy has flatlined, unemployment is high, families are really struggling and he's having to do more cuts to our police, our NHS, because [Osborne's] failed completely.
The Government unveiled a £100 billion investment programme in key infrastructure projects in an effort to kick-start economic growth.
The £300 billion the Government has committed to is a new promise of £50 billion to be spent every year from 2015 for the next six years.