Kemi Badenoch laughs after Tory MP says Liz Truss made ‘very, very bad decisions’

Kemi badenoch laughs after tory mp says liz truss made 'very, very bad decisions'

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Kemi Badenoch laughs after Tory MP says Liz Truss made ‘very, very bad decisions'” – below is their description.

Kemi Badenoch laughed after Tory MP Mark Garnier said former prime minister Liz Truss made “very very bad decisions’ during a select committee.

Mr Garnier said: “She took some very very bad decisions, at many multiple levels, and I think we have to be honest about that”

Ms Truss was the shortest-serving prime minister in the history of the United Kingdom.

Ms Badenock served as international trade secretary under Ms Truss.

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