Conservative political activist Mark Collett tells Patriotic Weekly Review that, in hindsight, former Prime Minister Liz Truss might have been the right choice for the United Kingdom.
Truss, the Conservative Party leader who replaced Boris Johnson, stepped down after serving 50 days in light of a government crisis over her controversial budget proposal. In retrospect, Collett says, that “risky budget” of tax cuts and more money going directly to the British people was a positive for the UK.
“I don’t know if the budget would have worked … but it was actually a budget that was trying to kickstart the economy and funnel money to the British people,” Collett says. In contrast, he says her replacement, Rishi Suhan, is throwing billions of dollars away and not a penny is going to the British people. Here’s more.