What was in the mini-budget and what is the government's new plan? – BBC

The government will reverse almost all tax measures announced in its mini-budget.
Plans to cut the basic rate of income tax to 19% have been shelved and support for energy bills scaled back.
The mini-budget was only unveiled on 23 September, but caused turmoil on financial markets.
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Does cutting corporation tax always raise more money?
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Will National Insurance changes leave me better off?
What are the new stamp duty rates?
How are universal credit rules changing?
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