Liz Truss has today trashed Rishi Sunak’s high-tax economic plan as she reminds people that there is an option for a low-tax economy compared to Rishi Sunak’s daily struggle society.
She blamed a powerful coup orchestrated by the deep-state left-wing establishment in a massive 4000-word opinion piece published in the Telegraph. After talking to many former high-ranking Cabinet ministers who worked under Liz Truss, we at News Links can confirm what Truss states.
The establishment-controlled media turned on Liz Truss when she sidestepped the globalist green agenda by lifting the ban on fracking in the UK to bring down energy prices (Rishi Sunak reinstalled the ban).
Ms Truss also pushed for a massive tax cut to help people and businesses, which she states in the Telegraph was never “given a realistic chance” (Rishi Sunak installed the highest tax burden on cash-strapped people in 70 years).
Liz Truss goes on to highlight those who worked together to bring her 49-day stint as PM to an end. The former PM says that the IMF, civil servants at the Office for Budget Responsibility, and the lack of support from pro-EU and left-leaning globalist MPs in the Parliamentary Conservative Party are to blame.
The former low-tax PM says again that if Britain wants to change for the better, her low-tax society needs to be put into place instead of the government trying to ‘manage decline or watch our country slide into stagnation.’
The tide is now turning, as those MPs who turned on Truss for Sunak are becoming extremely angry with Rishi’s level of implementation of high taxes against their struggling constituents and his failure to get aggressive on China.
Jeremy Hunt, whom Truss was forced to implement as Chancellor to lay the groundwork for Sunak’s high-tax society, has recently said that his budget for March will not include tax deductions.
In the background, supporters of Liz Truss’s low-tax economy have created a group called “Conservative Growth Group,” which aims to push her small-state, tax-cutting agenda.
Liz Truss has said that even though she has only been PM for a short time, she will keep a high profile.
Next month, Truss is expected to use her platform to travel to Japan with former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in an effort to urge the world to prepare itself for a possible conflict with China.