David Gauke, the financial secretary to the Treasury, has defended the government's budget, saying the government was "delivering for Britain".
"Jobs, growth - this is the record of this government. That is the record for the chancellor of the exchequer, and it's a record to be proud of," he said.
Mr Gauke was responding to accusations by Labour's John McDonnell that the government's budget was in "chaos" over the row concerning cuts to disability benefit.
George Osborne is due to defend his Budget in parliament today following the government u-turn on welfare cuts.
Mayor London weighs in on Iain Duncan Smith's resignation and the abandoned disability payment cuts on ITV's The Agenda tonight.
MPs wonder aloud whether the chancellor is 'too scared' to respond to an emergency question over his budget.