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Three Conservative MPs urge Liz Truss to resign

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The head of the British Executive faces the possibility of being removed from office just one month after being elected as the new leader of the Conservative Party and prime minister of the country.

Three lawmakers from the British ruling party have declared that Prime Minister Liz Truss should resign from office amid the record drop in the approval levels of the head of government.

Jamie Wallis, MP for Bridgend and Porthcawl, announced this Sunday that Truss has “undermined the economic credibility of the United Kingdom and has irretrievably fractured” his party.

The legislator wrote to the head of Government asking him to resign, assuring that “ he no longer enjoys confidence” in the country and shared the letter on his Twitter account. In this regard, Wallis told The Daily Telegraph that he would have to reconsider his position as a Conservative Party MP if Truss remains in office.

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Formerly, Andrew Bridgen, Conservative MP for North West Leicestershire, also spoke on the matter. “ We cannot continue like this. Our country, its people and our party deserve better,” he declared.

This day, Crispin Blunt, a legislator for Reigate, was the first Conservative to publicly call for the resignation of Truss.

Meanwhile, various parliamentarians have proposed as his replacement the former Chancellor of the Treasury, Rishi Sunak; the leader of the House of Commons, Penny Mordaunt, and the current chancellor of the Treasury, Jeremy Hunt, reports Inews.

On the other hand, several legislators propose the candidacy of the current Defense Minister, Ben Wallace, although an unidentified senior official in his office told the media that the minister does not consider the leadership to be focused on military support for Ukraine, as well as the security of the UK and its allies.

Failure and mistrust

The British chief executive faces the possibility of being removed from office just one month after being elected as the new leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the country.

Liz Truss has been the target of severe criticism after her announcement of unfunded tax cuts, which has generated distrust in the markets and in the citizenry, while his popularity has fallen to the ni lowest approval rates in the history of the country.

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Tax cuts announced in the past 08 of September by the former Chancellor of the Treasury, Kwasi Kwarteng, implied an enormous indebtedness

on the part of the Government.

In the midst of criticism, Kwarteng announced his resignation on Friday. On his Twitter account, he confirmed that Truss asked him to “step aside”.

On the same day, Truss gave backtracking with its tax plan and announced that it will not freeze the scheduled increase in corporate income tax of the 19 to the 25 % from next year, as planned by the government of his predecessor, Boris Johnson.

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