Five Tory MPs have openly called for Liz Truss to resign. Will more stand up, please?

Defeated: Liz Truss (right) looks desolate in Parliament while her new Chancellor Jeremy Hunt (left) takes the strain.

While the debate rages over whether (or how soon) Liz Truss should resign, let’s bear in mind that a handful of Conservative MPs have already demanded that she should go.

The Telegraph (!) has highlighted this campaign, as follows:

More need to come forward in public – in This Writer’s opinion.

It seems likely that many have privately indicated their displeasure to Graham Brady, chair of the backbench 1922 Committee.

But until more Tory MPs have the backbone to make their displeasure public, it seems Truss will ignore the wishes of the masses.

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