The new chancellor dodged questions about the UK economy after the pound plunged to an all-time low.
It comes after Kwarteng, in his 'mini budget' on Friday, said the government’s energy relief package will cost £60bn over the first six months of the scheme.
The pound tumbled against the dollar following Kwasi Kwarteng's mammoth tax cuts.
He was also heckled by opposition MPs, with Labour accusing him of 'shamelessly shielding' rich bankers as millions struggle during the cost of living crisis.
As households continue to face unprecedented cost of living increases, Kwasi Kwarteng said the public won’t 'begrudge' Johnson of his holiday.
Ofgem has told energy providers it will take enforcement action where necessary for direct debit 'overcharging'.
Millions of Brits will have to wait months before they find out if new measures will be introduced to help with the cost-of-living crisis.
A Home Office minister has ruled out the government introducing a 1970s-style shortening of the working week amid the continuing energy crisis.
Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has urged shoppers not to panic over empty supermarket shelves during the so-called coronavirus 'pingdemic'.
Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said there is continjued discussion in government over the plans because 'it's a huge amount of money'.