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Liz Truss sacked her Chancellor after just a few weeks in workplace, and reversed main financial insurance policies.
The UK’s new chancellor says he didn’t vote for Prime Minister Liz Truss however helps her financial plans.
Jeremy Hunt was appointed after Truss sacked his predecessor, Kwasi Kwarteng, simply six weeks into the job.
His tax-cutting mini-budget, financed by way of billions in elevated borrowing, led to outrage and protests. And with rising stress on the prime minister, Truss did one other U-turn on Friday.
She introduced the company tax would rise from 19 % to 25 % subsequent April – somewhat than staying on the present degree as promised by Kwarteng in his mini-budget.
So how will Truss face her challenges?
Presenter: Emily Angwin
Afzal Khan – Labour member of the UK Parliament and a former Member of the European Parliament
Ann Pettifor – Economist who often advises governments and writer of, The Case for the Inexperienced New Deal
Tobias Ellwood – Conservative member of the UK Parliament and chair of the UK Home of Commons Defence Choose Committee