The mouse-brained queen of cheese, Liz Truss, has been voted most popular Cabinet member by Conservative-voting readers of the ConservativeHome website.
I mean, obviously there’s very little competition, but, really? Liz Truss?
This is the woman who got so aggravated about cheese, she’ll never live it down:
She went on to forge a trade deal with Japan that, even in September when it was signed, was ridiculed for selling Stilton to a nation of people who are lactose intolerant.
Then in November, the deal unravelled altogether. Truss had claimed “strong tariff reductions on key agricultural products like pork, beef and salmon [that] will benefit farmers and food exporters”.
But a study by the UK Trade Policy Observatory (UKTPO) at the University of Sussex found that just 10 of 9,444 products will enjoy lower taxes.
They include birds’ eggs, raw hides, fur skins, handbags and ultra-strong spirits of at least 90 per cent alcohol – none of which are exported to Japan by the UK, meaning the study found the gain to UK exporters is zero.
Now she’s celebrating a deal with North Macedonia. Is it too early for the wheels to come off that wagon?
A trade deal with North Macedonia. The bairns shall have shoes this year.
Liz Truss reeking of desperation. Again. https://t.co/EY40Pz17WB
— Paul (@PaulOnBooks) December 4, 2020
Apparently it isn’t.
Liz Truss clearly thinks that a deal with North Macedonia will give us a backdoor to the EU market, when North Macedonia joins the EU.
Why do fools always think that all others are bigger fools than they?
Leaders in the EU must be having a good chuckle at our expense, tonight.
— Mark Wallace (@MarkWal45145801) December 4, 2020
In fact, I hope people in Macedonia don’t take offence at the next comment:
Liz Truss proclaims exciting new markets for trade. Orcs demand freedom of movement 😱 pic.twitter.com/7P0EPtrrL1
— Stephen Miller (@BoyCharioteer) December 3, 2020
She is utterly incapable and a danger to the well-being of the people of the UK.
What does it say about her Cabinet colleagues that Tories find her the most appealing member of that group?
Over to you, Twitter…
— Sam Coates Sky (@SamCoatesSky) December 4, 2020
Imagine how fucking ghastly every single fucker in the cabinet must be for LIZ TRUSS to be the most popular.
Liz Fucking Truss.
— Jonathan Pie (@JonathanPieNews) December 4, 2020
Here’s the last word:
You buy a large business. Your Board of Directors is:
CEO, Boris Johnson
Buildings, Robert Jenrick
HR, Gavin Williamson
Sales, Liz Truss
Company Sec., Priti Patel
Operations, Alok Sharma
Finance, Rishi Sunak
Development, Michael Gove
You’d sack the lot, wouldn’t you?
— PeteMilford (@gullssinceaboy) December 4, 2020
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