Truss admits mistakes — and crashes the survey
UK PM blames himself for producing controversial tax cuts Your approval ratings are lower now than they were just before your predecessor Johnson resigned.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss has admitted mistakes in introducing her controversial tax cuts. “I stand by the package that has been announced,” Truss told BBC television at the start of the Tory party conference in Birmingham on Sunday. “But I see we should have prepared better,” he admitted. His government has a “clear plan” to tackle the energy crisis and inflation and reinvigorate the economy, the head of government confirmed.
Great Britain is suffering from its worst economic crisis in decades and high inflation. Electricity and gas prices for consumers will rise by 80 percent in October, and many companies are on the brink of collapse due to higher energy costs. The British pound has fallen to a record low against the dollar.
The opposition blames the new government’s budget plans for the devaluation. They expect tax cuts – for high earners – and higher national debt.
In a recent survey conducted by opinion research firm Opinium for the “Observer”, approval ratings for Trudeau among Britons fell from -9 to -37 in less than a week – lower than the former value, according to the institute. Shortly before the forced resignation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson (-28).
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