‘Appalling war in Ukraine’: Liz Truss blames Putin for UK energy crisis

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Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “‘Appalling war in Ukraine’: Liz Truss blames Putin for UK energy crisis” – below is their description.

‘Appalling war in Ukraine’: Liz Truss blames Putin for UK energy crisis | Liz Truss spoke today about how to solve the energy crisis. She said: ‘What won’t work is a sticking plaster of handing more money out without dealing with the root cause’.

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