British lawmakers will this week try to oust Prime Minister Liz Truss, despite warnings from Downing Street, the Daily Mail reports. The tabloid, citing unnamed sources, reported that more than 100 members of parliament (MPs) belonging to the governing Conservative Party are set to submit letters of no-confidence in the truce to the head of the Conservative Party’s committee, Graham Brady.
Britain, engulfed in a political crisis, has lost three prime ministers since voting to leave the European Union in 2016. MPs would urge Brady to tell the truce that “his time is up” or to change the political party’s rules to allow immediate. The trust vote under his leadership, the report said. Brady is opposing the move, arguing that Truss, along with newly appointed Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, deserves a chance to set economic strategy in a budget on October 31, the report said. has gone. Separately, The Times reported that some lawmakers have secretly discussed replacing Truss with a new leader.
Hunt on Monday reversed most of the economic package announced by the government a few weeks ago, including a planned cut in income tax.
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