They had hit out at Michael Gove for "stoking a Tory revolt" on the top rate of tax, before the party U-turned on the move over night.
"Thirty five per cent of the additional money we are borrowing is for unfunded tax cuts, cutting taxes for the wealthiest is a display of the wrong values."
The former prime minister wants to get the rich to donate their £150 Council Tax rebates to help those suffering.
The prime minister was corrected by Laura Kuenssberg following a contentious discussion over the rising cost of government borrowing.
An act of 'disgusting vandalism' carried out by an eco-protester in Derbyshire has sparked fury, after she defaced a Captain Tom tribute.
Mick Lynch has apologised for the disruption the strikes have caused, but said "the government has brought this dispute on".
Former chancellor Ken Clarke savages Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-budget as Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey steps in to help stem the financial crisis.
The number of people in hospital with the virus is also continuing to rise.
"The only way you can really deal with this is with a very fundamental rethinking of the boundaries of the state."