After the turmoil of the past few days, there aren’t that many who would disagree with her.
It comes after the fallout from Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget continues to be felt, with widespread criticism aimed at the Chancellor and the PM.
The pound plunged to an all-time low against the US dollar amid hammered market confidence in the Government’s economic plans. The Bank of England has now announced that it will intervene in an attempt to calm markets after they were spooked by last week’s mini-Budget by the Liz Truss government.
Truss’s government previously vowed to push on with the government’s radical borrowing-fuelled £45-bn tax cut spree.
Only hours later the IMF issued an extraordinary rebuke of his and Ms Truss’s tax plans, urging a rethink and saying the strategy would “increase inequality.”
With all the growing uncertainty at the moment, we’re glad at least one Liz Truss can laugh about it all.
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