Liz Truss is asked about benefits amid inflation: Here’s her response

Liz truss is asked about benefits amid inflation: here's her response

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Liz Truss is asked about benefits amid inflation: Here’s her response | Prime Minister Liz Truss speaks during a visit to the Birmingham Health Innovation Centre construction site in Selly Oak. She refused to say she trusts her Chancellor when challenged, instead saying the two work “very closely”. Speaking to broadcasters in Birmingham, when it was put to her that she did not answer a question directly about whether she trusts her Chancellor and challenged on whether she would commit to saying so, Ms Truss said: “I work very, very closely with my Chancellor.

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