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Liz Truss Quotes

It looks highly likely that Britain's next Prime Minister will be Liz Truss. As most people outside the British Isles will not have any idea about her (or, even, have heard of her), here are some of the things she's said that may give you a better understanding of who she might be. It's not exactly a laugh a minute, but it is informative.


Liz Truss
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And after Brexit, we will be free to determine our economic future, with control over our money, laws and borders.


Britain is a nation of Uber-riding, Deliveroo-eating, Airbnb-ing freedom fighters.


I was Margaret Thatcher in the school election during the 1983 General Election.


I hate rodents. I mean, the House of Commons is completely infested. I will stand on a chair if I see one of the things.


Maintaining confidence in international trade will be critical to the broader economic recovery in the post-Covid world.


I didn't become a Tory just to become part of a managerial group who wanted to run the country... I want to see popular free-market Conservatism where barriers are broken down, people have got more opportunities but keep more of their own money.


The British brand is so popular particularly in the US that they put the union jack flag on top of beer bottles because it sells.


Let's cut the top rates of stamp duty to enable more movement to take place and also looking at the broader tax reform, simplifying our tax system.


Opinion polls show that millennials are focused, aspirational and entrepreneurial. The young people I meet want more freedom - to start firms, keep more of what they earn, and move to areas with opportunities without paying a fortune.


I'm saying the excessive focus on what gender a person is, rather than what they do, does a disservice to women.


Britain is the ideas factory of the world and has huge potential to benefit from the next technological revolution. Our future lies in being a high skilled, high innovation, free enterprise nation.


We are fighting a Labour Party whose avowed enemy is capitalist bosses, whose instinct is to see income as a common pool resource, and whose leading figures find profit morally repugnant.


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