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There’s something deeply dodgy about Liz Truss’s Tory conference speech…

The folk at Politics Joe have been looking at Liz Truss’s speech to the Conservative Party conference, and they’ve found it a little disturbing.

They have highlighted moments when she seems to appear more than a little … well … strange.

And they’ve highlighted some of these moments by zooming in on her face, so you can see for yourself the bizarre look in her eyes.

Seriously – see for yourself:

What do you make of that?

She has always claimed to be the heir of Thatcher. Well, Thatcher went a bit doolally in the end and it seems it hasn’t taken Truss quite as long to reach that point.

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