Labour MP Michael Dugher has said that the "land of opportunity" that David Cameron refers to is only for the "privileged few".
Under Cameron, prices have risen faster than wages in 38 out of 39 months and average pay is down by almost £1,500 a year since the General Election.
Rather than standing up for hardworking people he has shown he always puts a privileged few first, prioritising a tax cut for those earning over £150,000 a year while everyone else pays more ...
David Cameron only offers a land of opportunity for just a privileged few, not for the many.
The Prime Minister asked today for the Conservatives to be given the chance to "finish the job we've started".
David Cameron appeared fired up in his speech to the Tory conference, but he must not underestimate some of Labour's populist policies.
As Cameron prepares to take to the stage, speechwriter Simon Lancaster gives his thoughts on what makes a great party conference speech.