Liz Truss is still trying to make a comeback, her comeback might last longer than the lettuce, but she won’t be coming back. Sorry awkward and confusing sentence a bit like Truss herself.
It comes after a 4,000-word article for the Sunday Telegraph, where Truss pointed the finger at Treasury officials, Joe Biden, the International Monetary Fund, Tory MPs and the Office for Budget Responsibility for making her job impossible. The ‘left-wing economic establishment,’ she calls it.
Anyway, this new attempt to push herself back into the quagmire that is the Tory party, was filmed with the Spectator.
Fraser Nelson asked Liz Truss about why she sacked her then chancellor and long-time ally, Kwasi Kwarteng.
The upshot is that Kami-Kawasi Kwarteng got the boot after 38 days, despite Truss now claiming she agreed with his policy, was that she had to show she’d made a change.