Liz Truss promises to take Britain out of the "storm"

Liz Terrace confirmed her determination to move Britain forward.


British Prime Minister Liz Truss promised yesterday to take Britain out of the "storm", on the last day of the Conservative Party conference, which witnessed internal divisions, and where her policy faced criticism.

"In these difficult times, we have to act," said Truss, who was briefly interrupted by two activists from the NGO Greenpeace in the hall.

I am determined to get Britain out of the storm.”

"Who voted for this?" read a banner campaigned by the activists, before they were hurriedly escorted out of the hall, a sign that the Conservative Party had reneged on its promises to act to combat climate change and protect the environment.

After Terrace's speech, the pound fell against the dollar, ending the currency's rally at the beginning of the week.

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