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Liz Truss on taking on Rishi and what she'd do in No. 10

Liz Truss on Brexit, internet censorship — and what she’d do in No. 10

16 July 2022

9:00 AM

16 July 2022

9:00 AM

As cabinet members were lining up last week to tell Boris Johnson to resign, one major actor was absent from the drama. Liz Truss was in Indonesia at a G20 summit and missed the fun. She flew back the day after Johnson announced his resignation, knowing that if she makes it to the final stage of the leadership campaign, she has a very good chance of becoming the next prime minister.

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