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In her book, Liz Truss said Queen told her to “pace herself” and admitted she didn't listen.Liz Truss

In her new memoir, Liz Truss details the advice she received during a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II. In September 2022 It confirmed Mr Truss as Britain's new 15th Prime Minister, and as it was revealed at the end, he would serve as Prime Minister under Queen Elizabeth II.

“At your own pace,” said the 96-year-old queen. Ms Truss said she didn't heed the suggestion after the Queen died, she admitted, and she became worried about whether she could cope.

Ms Truss then introduced radical free market policies that destroyed Britain's economy, and she was ousted from public office. exactly 49 days He succeeded Boris Johnson, winning the Conservative Party vote and becoming the shortest-serving Prime Minister.

“Maybe I should have listened to the Queen,” Truss wrote.

Although he was replaced in Downing Street by Rishi Sunak, Mr Truss remains the MP for south-west Norfolk. At just 48 years old, she is increasingly seeking to carve a prominent place on the far right of British politics, with particular eyes on right-wing think tanks and profit-making circuits in the United States.

Truss's book “Decades to Save the West'' we and England next week.

Truss writes that the book is less a memoir and more a manifesto of her continued participation in world politics, although she has been a member of parliament, successive Conservative cabinet members, ministers of state, as Foreign Minister and, finally, briefly as Prime Minister.

Speaking about his historic meeting with the late Queen at Balmoral, Scotland in September 2022, Mr Truss said the 96-year-old Queen had “looked more frail” since her last public appearance. I could see it,” he said.

“We spent about 20 minutes discussing politics,” Truss wrote. “She was completely in tune with everything that was going on and was typically sharp and resourceful. Towards the end of our discussion, she told me that becoming prime minister She also gave me two pieces of advice: “Pace yourself.” Maybe I should have asked. ”

Elsewhere, Truss has written that he often suffers from the pressures of high office. These included one case in which he was Foreign Minister and was delayed in his convoy in Spain, where he “began to lose his rags due to constant travel and pressure” and got out of his official car to “protest the police”. Ta.

Truss wrote that the episode subsided after staff intervention and a “cooling period with a sherry bar.”

But when the Queen died shortly after Mr Truss became the 15th and final Prime Minister, the news was still a “deep shock'' for Mr Truss, even though it was widely expected due to the King's declining health. ” and was “completely surreal,” Truss wrote. And she was left thinking this. Why now? “

Mr Truss insisted he never expected to lead Britain in mourning the death of the monarch, who had been on the throne for almost 70 years and was almost 100 years old when he died, insisting that the country's ceremonies and rituals were “not my cup of tea”. “It was far out of my comfort zone.”

Other prime ministers could have shown more of the “required rhetorical leaps and performative statesmanship,” she writes, without naming names. For herself, she wrote, she was primarily feeling a deep sense of sadness.

Truss describes his duties, including delivering the Downing Street speech on the Queen's death and having his first audience with King Charles III. The ensuing meeting between the king and the prime minister at Buckingham Palace was widely noted for its formal nature, with Charles reportedly heard muttering: “Again? Dear, dear.”. But Ms. Truss said that in her first official meeting, “I felt a strange camaraderie between us as we both had to take on new roles and tread unfamiliar territory.”

As Britain mourned, Truss and her family watched on television as the Queen's coffin was taken from Balmoral to Edinburgh. Truss said she was “suddenly overwhelmed by all of her emotions” and “crying out on the couch.”

“I say it again,” she wrote. “The sadness was mixed with awe at the weight of the event and the fact that it was happening under my watch.”

The clock turned out to be shorter than anyone expected. But after some time out of the public eye, Truss has reemerged, particularly in the United States where Donald Trump is returning to the White House as a far-right Republican.

Last April, she It was delivered Margaret Thatcher's Freedom Lecture held at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. In February of this year, in Maryland, she talked Preaching the Anglo-American right to a pro-Trump audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) “need[s] A bigger bazooka.” To fight the enemy on the left.

At that event, Truss sparked controversy by Appear With far-right figures such as former President Trump adviser Steve Bannon and allies of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

truss announced She published her book last September and said she would use it to “share the lessons” of her time in power, in which she said she was often “the only conservative in the room” and that authoritarianism He claimed that he was fighting against leftists who were said to be

In doing so, she has repeatedly blamed the so-called “deep state” for her failures, including being excluded from talks with President Trump during Boris Johnson's time as prime minister and ending her short-lived tenure. are doing.

Popular on the American right-wing: deep state conspiracy theory They believe that a permanent government of bureaucrats and agents exists to thwart the ambitions of populist leaders. Mr. Bannon is one of its chief promoters. However, he Said It's “for nutcases”.

Summarize this content to 100 words In her new memoir, Liz Truss details the advice she received during a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II. In September 2022 It confirmed Mr Truss as Britain's new 15th Prime Minister, and as it was revealed at the end, he would serve as Prime Minister under Queen Elizabeth II.”At your own pace,” said the 96-year-old queen. Ms Truss said she didn't heed the suggestion after the Queen died, she admitted, and she became worried about whether she could cope.Ms Truss then introduced radical free market policies that destroyed Britain's economy, and she was ousted from public office. exactly 49 days He succeeded Boris Johnson, winning the Conservative Party vote and becoming the shortest-serving Prime Minister.”Maybe I should have listened to the Queen,” Truss wrote.Although he was replaced in Downing Street by Rishi Sunak, Mr Truss remains the MP for south-west Norfolk. At just 48 years old, she is increasingly seeking to carve a prominent place on the far right of British politics, with particular eyes on right-wing think tanks and profit-making circuits in the United States.Truss's book “Decades to Save the West'' we and England next week.Truss writes that the book is less a memoir and more a manifesto of her continued participation in world politics, although she has been a member of parliament, successive Conservative cabinet members, ministers of state, as Foreign Minister and, finally, briefly as Prime Minister.Speaking about his historic meeting with the late Queen at Balmoral, Scotland in September 2022, Mr Truss said the 96-year-old Queen had “looked more frail” since her last public appearance. I could see it,” he said.”We spent about 20 minutes discussing politics,” Truss wrote. “She was completely in tune with everything that was going on and was typically sharp and resourceful. Towards the end of our discussion, she told me that becoming prime minister She also gave me two pieces of advice: “Pace yourself.” Maybe I should have asked. ”Elsewhere, Truss has written that he often suffers from the pressures of high office. These included one case in which he was Foreign Minister and was delayed in his convoy in Spain, where he “began to lose his rags due to constant travel and pressure” and got out of his official car to “protest the police”. Ta.Truss wrote that the episode subsided after staff intervention and a “cooling period with a sherry bar.”But when the Queen died shortly after Mr Truss became the 15th and final Prime Minister, the news was still a “deep shock'' for Mr Truss, even though it was widely expected due to the King's declining health. ” and was “completely surreal,” Truss wrote. And she was left thinking this. Why now? “Mr Truss insisted he never expected to lead Britain in mourning the death of the monarch, who had been on the throne for almost 70 years and was almost 100 years old when he died, insisting that the country's ceremonies and rituals were “not my cup of tea”. “It was far out of my comfort zone.”Other prime ministers could have shown more of the “required rhetorical leaps and performative statesmanship,” she writes, without naming names. For herself, she wrote, she was primarily feeling a deep sense of sadness.Truss describes his duties, including delivering the Downing Street speech on the Queen's death and having his first audience with King Charles III. The ensuing meeting between the king and the prime minister at Buckingham Palace was widely noted for its formal nature, with Charles reportedly heard muttering: “Again? Dear, dear.”. But Ms. Truss said that in her first official meeting, “I felt a strange camaraderie between us as we both had to take on new roles and tread unfamiliar territory.”As Britain mourned, Truss and her family watched on television as the Queen's coffin was taken from Balmoral to Edinburgh. Truss said she was “suddenly overwhelmed by all of her emotions” and “crying out on the couch.”“I say it again,” she wrote. “The sadness was mixed with awe at the weight of the event and the fact that it was happening under my watch.”The clock turned out to be shorter than anyone expected. But after some time out of the public eye, Truss has reemerged, particularly in the United States where Donald Trump is returning to the White House as a far-right Republican.Last April, she It was delivered Margaret Thatcher's Freedom Lecture held at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. In February of this year, in Maryland, she talked Preaching the Anglo-American right to a pro-Trump audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) “need[s] A bigger bazooka.” To fight the enemy on the left.At that event, Truss sparked controversy by Appear With far-right figures such as former President Trump adviser Steve Bannon and allies of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.truss announced She published her book last September and said she would use it to “share the lessons” of her time in power, in which she said she was often “the only conservative in the room” and that authoritarianism He claimed that he was fighting against leftists who were said to beIn doing so, she has repeatedly blamed the so-called “deep state” for her failures, including being excluded from talks with President Trump during Boris Johnson's time as prime minister and ending her short-lived tenure. are doing.Popular on the American right-wing: deep state conspiracy theory They believe that a permanent government of bureaucrats and agents exists to thwart the ambitions of populist leaders. Mr. Bannon is one of its chief promoters. However, he Said It's “for nutcases”.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2024/apr/08/liz-truss-book-prime-minister-queen-elizabeth-ii In her book, Liz Truss said Queen told her to “pace herself” and admitted she didn't listen.Liz Truss

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