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📍 The policies of the Liz Truss cabinet and its repercussions

Prime Minister Liz Truss resigned after 45 days in office, becoming Britain's shortest-term Prime Minister ever. After taking office, Liz Truss launched the "Energy Price Cap Plan", which seriously aggravated the financial burden of the British government. On September 23, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng announced the "mini-budget", which triggered vigorous economic downturn in the financial market on the day, and led to huge political pressure. Having caused chaos in the British economy, Liz Truss announced her resignation outside the Prime Minister's Office on October 20.



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