British Conservative lawmaker Sheryll Murray said on Thursday she had submitted a letter of no-confidence in Prime Minister Liz Truss.
Liz Truss said on Thursday she was resigning as British prime minister just six weeks after she was appointed, brought down by an economic programme that sent shockwaves through financial markets last month and divided her Conservative Party.
The London stock market and the pound bounced on Thursday after British Prime Minister Liz Truss announced her resignation following disastrous policies that rocked the markets for weeks.
Political pundits can now say with confidence that they knew that Liz Truss who won the Conservative Party leadership contest only last month, had to admit that her economic programme failed
Our complex, confused tax system needs to be modernised and made fair, writes Gina Miller Great Budget. Tax hikes for those lucky folk on £125,000 and more. Swingeing new taxes on dividend income and capital gains. Extended windfall taxes on energy firms.
The insouciance with which some Conservatives have walked away from the wreckage of the shortest premiership ever is surprising. Iain Duncan Smith wrote an article saying that Liz Truss was basically right and warned Rishi Sunak against putting up taxes too much.
The Bank of England has announced its biggest interest rate increase in three decades as it tries to beat back stubbornly high inflation fueled by Russia’s invasion
It is ironic that British voters should choose Conservatives rather than Labour to repair Britain’s economy broken by Conservative policies.
Britain’s new foreign secretary is a free-trade champion who once opposed Brexit and whose straight talk and willingness to wade in on the culture