PM quizzed on mini-budget by BBC regional political editors

Liz Truss faces questions about the fallout from her government's mini-budget and what it means to voters around the UK.
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Prime Minister Liz Truss grilled by BBC local radio stations

Listen to some of the key moments from the prime minister’s first interviews since the mini-budget announcement.
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Chancellor Kwarteng on rises for benefits and pensions in 2023

Kwasi Kwarteng is asked about previous government pledges on triple-lock pensions and rises to benefits.
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Liz Truss defends tax cuts and energy costs help in mini-budget

The PM says her government needs to continue to "deliver economic growth, jobs and opportunities".
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Mark Carney: Government working at cross-purposes with Bank

The former Bank of England governor says there was an "undercutting" of institutions in the mini-budget.
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Why is the Bank of England buying government debt?

The BBC's Economics Editor Faisal Islam explains why the Bank of England had to act.
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Labour conference: Delegates 'feel optimistic'

BBC chief political correspondent Nick Eardley reflects on the mood in Liverpool.
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UK economy: Government not responsible for market volatility - minister

Andrew Griffith says the UK is dealing with the same issues as other major economies affected by the Ukraine war.
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Liz Truss: We had to take decisive action

The prime minister said ”controversial and difficult decisions” had to be made in the mini-budget.
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