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Criticism of the new Prime Minister did not work: JASON GROVES analyses Day 1 of Tory conference 


It should have been a political honeymoon for Liz Truss this week.

Just a month since being anointed as the new Tory leader, and after delivering the biggest tax-cutting Budget in decades, the Prime Minister might reasonably have felt entitled to a warm welcome at this week’s Conservative Party conference.

But some guests at this family gathering in Birmingham did not get the memo.

Michael Gove may have pledged to be stepping back from frontline politics, but he has a funny way of showing it.

The former Cabinet minister is due to speak at no fewer than nine fringe events this week, and judging by yesterday’s appearances, none of them is likely to be helpful to the Government.

Just a month since being anointed as the new Tory leader, and after delivering the biggest tax-cutting Budget in decades, the Prime Minister might reasonably have felt entitled to a warm welcome at this week’s Conservative Party conference

Just a month since being anointed as the new Tory leader, and after delivering the biggest tax-cutting Budget in decades, the Prime Minister might reasonably have felt entitled to a warm welcome at this week’s Conservative Party conference

But the new Tory party leader and Prime Minister has been criticised by many of her former colleagues and cabinet ministers including Michael Gove

But the new Tory party leader and Prime Minister has…



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