"If Boris Johnson's not going to do his job, why are we still continuing to pay his salary?"
"I have been subject to a lot of scrutiny and commentary about it," Scotland's first minister said.
It has been claimed that Johnson and his allies are plotting a return to Downing Street if Liz Truss “implodes” as prime minister.
"We will set out how we would help people directly this winter in the coming days," the Labour leader said.
With energy bills set to soar, it is not only the Tories who have been accused of being "missing in action".
A copy of the warrant also shows the former president is being investigated for removing or destroying records and obstructing an investigation.
"The Labour party actually has been all over this for the best part of a year."
A civil servant told HuffPost UK: "Every single day I consider leaving the civil service because of these people.”
Pensions secretary Therese Coffey said it was “insulting” to suggest her colleagues were not taking the crisis seriously.
Truss has said she will axe the National Insurance increase, which was introduced by her rival, Rishi Sunak, when he was chancellor.