Prime Minister Scott Morrison has criticised Labor’s pre-election pledge saying voters cannot trust the party based on the last time they were in government.

It comes after opposition leader Anthony Albanese announced Labor’s Future Made in Australia plan which will create 465,000 free TAFE places and up to 20,000 new university places.

Mr Morrison claimed Labor slashed employer incentives by $1.2 billion when they were last in government – which saw the biggest fall in training commencements on record.

“You’ve got to remember it was Labor that ripped $1.2 billion out of skills apprenticeships when they were in government and they took 100,000 apprentices out of work and out of the system,” Mr Morrison said.

“That’s their record.”

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