Kwasi Kwarteng's time as chancellor was the second shortest in postwar history - a fact mercilessly mocked on the internet on Friday.
Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng's approval ratings have completely plummeted since the drama over the mini-budget last week.
The chancellor has scrapped plans to abolish the 45p rate, but economists say his mini-budget still benefits Britain's richest people.
Nadine Dorries called for PM to 'take to the country' if she plans to renege on policies approved by the former Cabinet.
The chancellor's authority is under scrutiny after he made a huge U-turn over his plan to scrap the highest rate of tax.
Treasury minister Chris Philp claimed the government's tax cuts don't benefit the wealthiest the most despite half of the gains going to the richest 5% of households.
The government has indicated it will reduce planned increases in benefits to pay for tax cuts for the richest.
There are reports the government is planning to cut benefits in real terms to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy.
Housing minister Paul Scully defended the government after its budget caused economic chaos.
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.