The Chancellor of the Exchequer today set out his multi-billion-pound ‘plan for growth’ as part of a mini-budget designed to boost the UK economy as it sinks into recession.

Kwasi Kwarteng’s package of measures included an initial £60 billion to protect households and businesses from the energy crisis, cuts to national insurance contributions from November and “immediate, permanent” cuts to stamp duty to boost the housing market.

All the details behind today’s announcements are available in the Documents Book published by HM Treasury: