Sir Keir Starmer has branded the prime minister “inaction man” over the problems seen in the UK’s schools and prisons.
The Labour leader attacked the prime minister’s record during PMQs, telling the Commons: “Probation, prison, schools, China – yet again, inaction man fails to heed the warnings and then blames everyone else.”
Mr Sunak has been greeted with a number of problems on returning to Westminster from the summer recess.
More than 100 schools have been ordered to close to partially close due to the presence of a type of concrete that is prone to collapse after a period of time.
Last week, the prison service was rocked after terror suspect Daniel Khalife escaped from Wandsworth prison before he was captured four days later.
The Labour Party has also ramped up its attacks on the small boats crisis.
Sir Keir said 40,000 migrants have crossed the Channel in small boats over the last year.