U-turn on public spending is the latest in a long line for Liz Truss

Ditherer: Liz Truss.

Liz Truss’s new Chancellor – old Health Secretary Germy C- er, Jeremy Hunt – announced in his very first media interview that he will be imposing further austerity on the UK in order to balance the books after the unforced errors of Kwasi Kwarteng.

Wow.

More austerity, of course, means the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Let’s have some analysis:

We all know this isn’t the first u-turn of the Truss administration.

But do you know the full extent of her dithering?

Here’s a clip that lays out the situation for you:

She has created a huge problem for herself, electorally, with this.

We know that she has thrown away Boris Johnson’s 2019 manifesto; most of the plans in that document won’t materialise now (and that’s a good thing, by and large).

But by announcing policies on the hoof – and then u-turning on them – Truss is leaving the electorate in limbo.

What does she stand for? Does even she know?

Well, if she doesn’t work it out soon, she’ll self-destruct because the public won’t support a politician with no policies.

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