Jeremy Corbyn has lambasted the government's budget, saying it had "fallen apart" within days of its announcement and suggesting the chancellor should resign as a result.
The Labour leader accused David Cameron of "covering up his great friend" George Osborne by allowing the chancellor to avoid answering questions in the House of Commons on a budget that had "inequality at its core".
Mr Corbyn noted that Mr Osborne was not present, while "practically every other cabinet minister is here today" and said the chancellor should "consider his position and look for something else to do".
Mr Cameron responded that the chancellor would be in parliament on Tuesday "winding up the budget debate".
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.