Chancellor George Osborne has made his third budget U-turn in less than a week.
The MP has scrapped plans to cap tax relief on charitable donations as well as his U-turns on pasty tax and caravan tax.
Labour MP Margaret Curran and Liberal Democrat MP Mike Crockart were in the Scotland Tonight studio to discuss what it all means for the UK Government.
Mr Crockart said: "The difficulty we would have that if we didn’t change tack on these then we would be attacked just as much so it’s a no win."
When asked by Rona Dougall if he thought that there would be more U-turns he said: “I certainly hope not. I would much rather being in Margaret’s position tonight than mine."
He added: "There’s obviously something that’s gone dreadfully wrong in the Treasury."
Ms Curran said: "It’s been a shambles from beginning to end."
She added: "Of course when governments make mistakes they should change their minds but this is of a different order and a different scale."
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