Liz Truss Advises King Charles to Abandon COP27 Plans

Liz truss advises king charles to abandon cop27 plans

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‘Liz Truss Advises King Charles to Abandon COP27 Plans’

King Charles will not attend next month’s COP27 international climate change summit in Egypt, after Liz Truss reportedly advised him to abandon his plans to go.

The Sunday Times reported that the Prime Minister objected to him attending the gathering, despite his passionate commitment to environmental issues.

Neither Downing Street nor the Palace would comment on the report.

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