Where is Liz Truss?

Angus

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The country is suffering from a type of financial meltdown and she is nowhere to be seen or heard.

I appreciate that her speaking may make things worse, she would not be able to cope with any form of direct questions as that would undoubtedly make things worse.

KK takes the fifth on what is happening to the economy!

What a state we are in!
 

Mayor Goldie Wilson

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It’s almost like they are Labour Party members who have joined the Conservative Party in order to do a sabotage job from the inside. Staggering ineptitude from the Tories that they need to urgently address or they will get the shock of their lives at the next election.

Starker is playing a blinder. Sitting back and letting them destroy themselves while he drops easy soundbites.
 

ThePrisoner

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The country is suffering from a type of financial meltdown and she is nowhere to be seen or heard.

I appreciate that her speaking may make things worse, she would not be able to cope with any form of direct questions as that would undoubtedly make things worse.

KK takes the fifth on what is happening to the economy!

What a state we are in!
The collapse of the economy is all a plot by the left. I fcuking knew it!

 
Im guessing she is out in Japan for the state funeral? I may be wrong.
I think we sent Cleverly, mate. The Abe funeral is a bit divisive so I can see why we sent someone an inept as him. Truss is probably in a dark room somewhere as the slow realisation dawns on her that she doesn't have a clue what she is doing. (I'm not her biggest fan, for the record)
 

festa5

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Given her grasp of geography, or indeed ability to navigate herself out of a room, there's every chance she's just got lost somewhere.

She was in America a few days ago. Perhaps she has stayed on for a few days with her family to sample the chicken.

She probably thought she was going to Japan for the state funeral then.
 

Angus

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The country is suffering from meltdown ?
Not really. With all this negative press coverage, a bunch of share traders have decided to short the £ against the $, thus causing the £ to weaken, and then buy it at the lower price and make a tidy profit.

I said a type of financial meltdown.

This situation has been caused by the chancellor giving a speech in Parliament!

If you were trying to get a mortgage, or faced your mortgage potentially doubling in the next year you might consider it to be a type of financial meltdown.
 

Sheriff_John_Bunnell_ret

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The country is suffering from meltdown ?
Not really. With all this negative press coverage, a bunch of share traders have decided to short the £ against the $, thus causing the £ to weaken, and then buy it at the lower price and make a tidy profit.
In order to pay for the tax cuts for the rich, you'd imagine public services will need to be slashed to the bone. As they were already cut to the bone in the previous decade this means they'll be cutting bone. Unless you are rich you should be very concerned about this.
 

Paintolerance

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The country is suffering from meltdown ?
Not really. With all this negative press coverage, a bunch of share traders have decided to short the £ against the $, thus causing the £ to weaken, and then buy it at the lower price and make a tidy profit.
Benign way to look at potentially crippling mortgage rate rises, families unable to afford to heat their homes, a government fuelling inflation with tax cuts for the rich, while the BoE desperately tries to get it under control...I could go on.
 

SmallTown

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The country is suffering from meltdown ?
Not really. With all this negative press coverage, a bunch of share traders have decided to short the £ against the $, thus causing the £ to weaken, and then buy it at the lower price and make a tidy profit.
I often wonder what is your motivation for trying to defend these corrupt, lying chancers? You can’t really hate the common man that much can you.
 

Lottowyn

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Benign way to look at potentially crippling mortgage rate rises, families unable to afford to heat their homes, a government fuelling inflation with tax cuts for the rich, while the BoE desperately tries to get it under control...I could go on.
It may be benign, but that’s what they are doing .
 
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