Britain should not be afraid of debt or borrowing money to fund investment, Jeremy Corbyn has told his Welsh party conference.
The Labour leader responded to Theresa May's jibes that he wants to "bankrupt Britain" by insisting that taking on debt can save money in the long-run if it is used to invest.
Mr Corbyn said a Labour government would provide a "new economic settlement" which would involve investing to support tens of thousands of high-skilled, high-paid, high-productivity jobs and to decarbonise the economy.
Urging the Tories to "stop dithering" and start investing, he told the Welsh Labour conference in Llandudno: "Last week, the Prime Minister twice accused me of wanting to bankrupt Britain by borrowing money to fund investment.
Mr Corbyn also called for unity following the Westminster terror attack.