How will the plunge of the pound affect the cost of living …
The value of the pound dropped more than 4 per cent, its lowest level against the US dollar in history.
Now, Americans are eager to plan holidays in the UK because it's much cheaper.
On Monday (26 September), the markets responded to the announcement of the country's most significant tax cuts in 50 years, indicating that Sterling's worth took a nosedive to $1.035 in early Asia trading.
This was all before it regained some ground to a 20-year low of $1.05 before recovering further to $1.075 after 10am.
Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves accused Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng of "fanning the flames" of the decreased pound by hinting at fresh "unfunded" tax cuts.
"The chancellor, instead of doubling down on his position on Friday, needs to now set out credible plans," Reeves told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.