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The former chancellor was sacked by Liz Truss shortly before her own demise.
The former prime minister will challenge Rishi Sunak with an alternative plan, despite the fallout from her last attempt.
Remember when Kwarteng was the chancellor of the exchequer for less than six weeks?
James Cleverly made a dig at his former colleagues, saying he was "grown up enough" to see change was needed.
"We had to step in quickly and we had to step in quite decisively," the governor of the Bank of England said.
"They've only u-turned because the rest of the country is so thoroughly repulsed by their greed."
LBC's Nick Ferrari kicked off their conversation by asking: "How embarrassing is this?"
Sky News host explained that millionaires will now enjoy an extra £55,220 a year – a stark contrast to the universal credit recipients.