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Who will Liz Truss forgive?

27 August 2022

9:00 AM

27 August 2022

9:00 AM

Liz Truss has always been more popular with Tory party members than with Tory politicians. The moment of greatest peril for her in the Conservative leadership race was when MPs were whittling down the final two candidates.

After being knocked out in the second round, Suella Braverman urged her Brexiteer backers to get behind the Foreign Secretary.

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