Jeremy Corbyn was savaged by Ms Rudd and party leaders over immigration at the BBC election debate
The Home Secretary said: “You heard the squabbling and discord of disagreement tonight. You saw the coalition of chaos in action.
“But in the quiet of the polling booth you have a clear choice. A vote for anyone other than Theresa May is a vote for Jeremy Corbyn and that coalition.”
Amber Rudd and Paul Nuttall criticised Labour of its policy on immigration which could see it go up
She added: “Our Government needs to be at its strongest to take us through Brexit. It is only Theresa May that can deliver that leadership.”
But SNP's Angus Robertson accused Labour of "aping Ukip" on immigration while the Liberal Democrat’s Tim Farron and Green Party’s co-leader Caroline Lucas also attacked Corbyn’s position of voting for Brexit.
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The Labour leader has consistently refused to say that reducing immigration is a goal Governments should set and refused to name an ideal number, although he thinks numbers would “probably” fall in a managed system.
On Sky News and Channel 4’s live Battle for Number 10 debate with Theresa May on Monday evening, Mr Corbyn again refused to put a figure on capped immigration as he said: “I am not going to stand here and put a figure [on immigration].
A leaked document reportedly also revealed a secret Labour plan to open the door to thousands of unskilled foreign workers.
Tim Farron attacked Mr Corbyn's position of voting for Brexit
The post-Brexit immigration plot would revive the tier three entry visas for migrants which would allow them to compete with Britons for unskilled, low-skilled and seasonal jobs.
Mr Corbyn denied the confidential paper was a policy document but refused to rule out implementing the plan if he becomes Prime Minister.
But in a statement after the debate, Labour claimed Mr Corbyn won last nights battle.
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The party said: "He showed himself as a leader who wants to change the country for the better, to make it work for the many not just a few. By contrast, Theresa May's refusal to take part showed her weakness."
Questions were raised over a possible BBC bias after the audience, which was suppose to be a balanced representation of British voters, appeared to favour the the left-wing panellists.
Ms Rudd and Ukip leader Paul Nuttall were jeered by the audience in Cambridge while Mr Corbyn, Mr Robertson, Mr Farron and Plaid's Leanne Wood received frequent applause.