UK’s Truss promises Tories her ‘disruption’ agenda will pay off

Uk’s truss promises tories her ‘disruption’ agenda will pay off

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UK Prime Minister Liz Truss has pledged to ride out the turmoil unleashed by her tax-cutting agenda, saying the “disruption” will pay off in a wealthier, more efficient Britain.

Truss on Wednesday closed a tumultuous Conservative Party conference in the central English city of Birmingham with a speech intended to revive the spirits of delegates, saying, “I am ready to make the hard choices.”

Al Jazeera’s Paul Brennan reports, from Birmingham.

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