PM Liz Truss defends uncosted UK tax cuts despite market turmoil

Pm liz truss defends uncosted uk tax cuts despite market turmoil

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As the financial markets reel in the wake of the UK government’s budget announcement, the high-risk strategy behind the Prime Minister’s plan for growth is in question.

The government now has to face a Conservative party conference where Liz Truss’ leadership credentials are under mounting scrutiny.

Al Jazeera’s Neave Barker reports from London.

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