No 10 said ex-Chancellor George Osborne had resigned from the government.
Source: Boris Johnson made foreign secretary by Theresa May – BBC News
“Very unfair” and a “tax on learning” were two of the phrases used by Mr Osborne
Source: Osborne letter pledging to scrap tuition fees surfaces after 13 years – BBC News
The government borrowed £74bn in the year to March, £1.8bn more than George Osborne’s borrowing target.
Source: Chancellor misses borrowing target – BBC News
George Osborne, Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson are the latest senior politicians to publish their tax returns as David Cameron defends the right to “make money lawfully”.
Source: Osborne, Corbyn and Johnson all publish latest tax records – BBC News
A big hole had been blown in the Budget, one of most fundamental parts of any government’s credibility.
Source: Where does week of drama leave Cameron and Osborne? – BBC News
Now, many doubt he will ever be their leader, or even the chancellor much longer.
Source: How damaged is George Osborne by IDS resignation? – BBC News
Suggestions by a cabinet minister that the government may back down over cuts to disability benefit have been played down amid a growing Conservative row.
Source: Government not backing down on disability cuts despite minister’s words – BBC News
“If that’s their assessment of the impact on the world economy, imagine what it would do to the UK.”
Source: George Osborne Warns Brexit Will Provoke A ‘Shock To The World Economy’