pellinore Posted February 5 #1 Share Posted February 5 (edited) Liz Truss is breaking her silence as she blames a "powerful economic establishment" and her own Conservative Party for her downfall. The former prime minister says that she stands by her radical policy agenda but "the forces against it were too great" for it to succeed. In an exclusive 4,000-word essay for The Telegraph, she admits that she is not "blameless" for the premature end to her time in Downing Street, but believes was "not given a realistic chance" of seeing her policies through. She criticises Whitehall's "strength of economic orthodoxy and its influence on the market", and condemns Treasury officials for blindsiding her over the collapse of the pension market which preceded her resignation. 12ft | liz-truss-tory-conservative-party-sunak-economy Edited February 5 by pellinore 1 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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