“Who voted for this?” UK PM Liz Truss’ speech interrupted by Greenpeace protesters

"who voted for this? " uk pm liz truss' speech interrupted by greenpeace protesters

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Greenpeace demonstrators disrupted a speech by British Prime Minister Liz Truss on Wednesday during a Conservative Party conference in England.

Two protesters among the audience at the conference in Birmingham stood up and displayed a bright yellow flag with the words “Who Voted For This?” as Truss was speaking on stage.

Security personnel then took their flag and the pair were led away amid boos from the audience. The disruption lasted about one minute.

During Truss’ speech, she asked the Conservatives to trust her, pledging to steer Britain through “stormy days” and transform a stagnant economy in a pitch to restore her authority over a party in revolt.

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