PM Liz Truss promised to get nation out of stormy days at Tory conference


The newly designated British Prime Minister, Liz Truss, during her Tory conference address, extended a promise to take care of the nation through the stormy and dark days.

Truss launched a blistering seizure on the “anti-growth coalition”, which is trying to hold back her pro-growth agenda.


During her speech at the Tory conference, the British Prime Minister admitted that policies made by the government would be causing unrest among people.

However, during her address, she said that “the status quo is not an option” and “we must stay the course”.

In a statement, the British Prime Minister added, “I have fought to get where I am today,” the 47-year-old prime minister said, highlighting how the barriers she had faced as a woman “made me angry, and it made me committed”.

Liz Truss’s 35-minute address was basically focused on financial and political turmoil following the government’s mini-budget last month.

The environmental protestors from Greenpeace interrupted the British Prime Minister’s address. The Protestors held banners with “who voted for this” written on them.

During an address, Truss said that these are the stormy days while pointing toward the global financial crisis caused by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine.


In addition, Truss added, “I’m determined to get Britain moving, to get us through the tempest and to put us on a firmer footing as a nation.”

Truss also promised to take on the anti-growth coalition and enemies of enterprise, which includes opposition parties, militant unions, and environmental campaigners like the ones, she said, who heckled during her speech.

She railed against those she accused of trying to hold back her pro-growth agenda, including Labour, militant unions, Brexit deniers, Extinction Rebellion and some of the people we had in the hall earlier.

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