Liz Truss to insist she DID have the right ideas about growth trends now
Liz Truss is to champion the case for tax cuts to boost growth when she makes her first major intervention this weekend since leaving No 10.
The former prime minister is set to outline the ‘policy agenda’ she believes is required to stimulate the UK’s economy in an article for a Sunday newspaper.
Despite her premiership ending in turmoil after she was forced to reverse almost all of her planned tax cuts, Ms Truss will restate the need for a smaller state.
‘She will reflect on what happened and the policy agenda that is required to deliver the growth everybody wants,’ a source close to the ex-PM told the Daily Mail last night.
She is also expected to outline the ‘institutional barriers’ she felt stopped her delivering her agenda for growth in the article.
Former prime minister Liz Truss is set to outline the ‘policy agenda’ she believes is required to stimulate the UK’s economy
Conservative colleagues supportive of her views have formed the ‘Conservative Growth Group’ to lobby the Government over taxes and City deregulation ahead of the Budget.