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Report: Liz Truss Plans Comeback | Israel today


The British Prime Minister, who signed the shortest term in 10 Downing Street after only 49 days in office, is expected to publish an article in the "Sunday Times" tomorrow, in which she will attack her replacement, Rishi Sunak • The article should serve as an opening shot in her return to the top

It was only last October that Liz Truss resigned as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom after only 49 days in office, but it turns out that she has already planned her comeback - and it starts tomorrow.

Terrass, who set a record with the shortest tenure at 10 Downing Street, is expected to publish an opinion piece in the "Sunday Times" today in which she will attack the person who replaced her as head of the Prime Minister and the Conservative Party, Rishi Sonak.

"Liz has taken a few months to think and is now ready to talk about her time in office," said one of her close associates.

Her associates in the party are already working to promote her agenda in the area of ​​tax reduction.

The article will only be the opening for a comeback.

Teras is scheduled to make several media appearances, after which he will give a "hawkish speech" regarding Taiwan.

Former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and former Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt will also speak at the event.

Later this month, Taras will fly to Japan, where she will give another speech on the subject.

"She will attack Sunak's approach, which treats China as a strategic competitor rather than a threat," said those close to her.

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Source: israelhayom

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