Radio ga-ga: Thick Lizzy tries to get busy but ends up going dizzy

Backwards: Liz Truss did a series of phone interviews – and from her answers it seems likely she didn’t even know how to hold the telephone properly.

Liz Truss has finally come out of hiding to do a series of radio interviews, in a bid to justify her decision to crash the UK economy last Friday.

It hasn’t gone well for her.

But it is comedy gold.

And the commentators have been having a lot of fun (which is great for places like This Site, because I can just point you to them, and the clips of Truss’s plane-crash level interview ineptitude that they have preserved for posterity.

Let’s ease you in gently:

Now let’s have the hard stuff:

Don’t you love how she refers to “a global phenomenelom”?

Particular credit should go to the BBC Radio Bristol presenter for cutting to shreds the words of a prime minister who didn’t understand any of what she was talking about.

Her time is up already.

Can some responsible Conservative MPs (if there are any) please set in motion the process to get rid of her?

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1 thought on “Radio ga-ga: Thick Lizzy tries to get busy but ends up going dizzy

  1. Stu

    And despite this and everything else, with no competition, Starmer only has a 17-33% lead according to heavily weighted polls.
    Some say that’s impressive but he’s still only the “least worst” option.

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