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Liz Truss: economic consensus since 1997 to blame for UK woes – not me

Former prime minister to make remarks in speech on Monday almost a year since mini-budget that led to her downfall

Liz Truss will blame the UK’s economic problems on “25 years of economic consensus” as she doubles down on the policy proposals that helped trigger financial turmoil and caused her to be ousted from Downing Street after just 49 days.

The former prime minister will give a speech at the Institute for Government on Monday, almost exactly a year since her government’s “mini-budget”, which caused the pound to crash and ultimately led to her downfall.

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