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Enter Liz Truss: Can new Conservative leader steer Britain through crisis?

By France24
10 September 2022   |   1:33 pm
She won over the Conservative Party faithful. Now can she win over the UK? Our panel discusses the challenges ahead for prime minister-in-waiting Liz Truss. The one-time Remainer played the hardline Brexiteer in a sometimes bitter Tory leadership campaign, often courting comparisons with Britain's first female PM, Margaret Thatcher.

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