The Scottish politician said she disagreed with the Prime Minister on a number of issues
I choose to make sure that every pensioner in Scotland gets a winter fuel payment irrespective of their income or their wealth
Mrs Davidson, speaking after a surge in the polls for Mr Corbyn's team, also hit out at the dangers of Diane Abbott and John McDonnell on the front bench.
She said: "People at home will be thinking actually in two weeks’ time Jeremy Corbyn could be in charge of the country, Diane Abbott could be the Home Secretary in charge with keeping us safe, John McDonnell could be in charge of your pay packet."
On Brexit, she added: "It’s not going to be easy, the Brexit negotiations, but it absolutely requires the right people to take us in there because the difference between a good deal and a bad deal will affect all of us in this country.
"I don’t know what Jeremy Corbyn’s priorities for Brexit are, I’ve never heard him stand up in a speech and read them out.
"He could be Prime Minister in two weeks’ time and I don't know what he’d do in Brexit and neither does the country."
Ridge said cuts to winter fuel allowances will happen in England will not happen in Scotland
Amid Conservatives' slump in the polls, Ruth Davidson distanced herself from the policies, saying Scotland is exempt from the cutbacks.
The Scottish politician said she disagreed with the Prime Minister on a number of issues "behind closed doors" before insisting "we are keeping winter fuel allowance".
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Despite the controversial cuts in England Wales, all pensioners in Scotland will continue to receive the payments because the SNP-led government wants to keep them.
Ruth Davidson desperately tried to distance herself from the policies
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She told Ridge: "Well, we have a totally different system in Scotland. It isn’t what will happen in Scotland, we won't let it.
"The policies that were in the manifesto in England and Wales, isn’t my policy, isn’t what’s going to happen in Scotland, it isn’t what currently happens in Scotland."
Ridge also pointed out that while cuts to winter fuel allowances will happen in England and Wales, Scotland will be exempt.
The Sky News host challenged the Scottish Conservative leader: "So you think it is right and proper in the rest of the UK but not in Scotland?"
In a veiled attack on Mrs May's policies, Mrs Davidson remained adamant: "This is something we have control of in Scotland and my colleagues down south decided, and it is absolutely right and proper that they should, that they would means-test winter fuel payments.
"It is their choice to means-test winter fuel payments. In Scotland, we are keeping the winter fuel payment without means test and that’s what devolution is designed to do.
"I choose to make sure that every pensioner in Scotland gets a winter fuel payment irrespective of their income or their accumulated wealth."
She then said Theresa May had "absolutely" got some policies wrong – without revealing specific details.
She defended the Conservative decision to cut the number of police officers by 20,000.
Ridge pointed out that the Manchester police force has seen cuts of 20 per cent under the Tories.
Mrs Davidson responded: "Well we see that crime is down to a 40 year low and you have also seen that counter-terrorism budgets have been protected and will rise to £2 billion by 2020 because more money has been put into things like the security services MI5."