首相は、減税は「混乱」をもたらすと言います’ しかし、彼女は「鉄のグリップ」を持っています’ 英国財政について

LIZ Truss today admits her tax cuts will reap “short-term disruption” — but insists she has an “iron grip” on UK finances.

In an exclusive article for today’s Sun, 首相 vows not to U-turn on her mini-Budget as she attempts to quell market unrest and grumbling from Tory MPs.

Liz Truss said: 'I am determined to take a new course to unleash Britain’s potential'

Liz Truss said: ‘I am determined to take a new course to unleash Britain’s potentialクレジット: PA

彼女は言いました: “Not everyone will like what we are doing, but I want to reassure the public that the government has a clear plan that I believe is right for the country.”

The PM said she would run the public purse with “an iron grip” and return to “sound money” amid fears her borrowing plans are out of control.

Ms Truss tells Sun readers she feels their cost of living pain, on the day her £60billion energy bill cap kicks in.

On the eve of a potentially explosive トーリー での会議 バーミンガム, she signalled to the City she would work with the independent Office for Budget Responsibility to give a true picture of the state of the nation’s finances.

But she rejected bids to bring forward the OBR’s forecasts from November 23 to help calm the markets.

Senior Tory MPs want her to speed up the promised blueprint of economic reforms and bonfire of red tape, as well as spell out what spending cuts are needed.

The PM and 署名–しかし、あなたの助けを借りて、彼らは到達することができます had an unusual face to face talk with the OBR, which says it is ready to hand over a draft forecast next Friday.

その間, the Pound clawed back losses amid a sliver of good news that Britain is not formally in a recession.

The ONS revised figures from the last quarter to show a 0.2 per cent increase in GDP.

太陽の下で書く, トーリー党のホットショットリシ・スナックとリズ・トラスは、No10の鍵を握るためにレースで「まやかし戦争」を開始しました promises her bumper package of reforms to the economy will be revealed in full next month.

It will include a reduction in childcare red tape, loosening of immigration rules for some struggling sectors and deregulation of planning.

As she slapped down calls to reverse tax cuts, 彼女は言いました: “I am determined to take a new course to unleash Britain’s potential, get our economy growing and deliver a better future for everyone.

“None of this will happen overnight but it’s the right thing to do. We will see it through.”

She told Sun readers: “This government is on your side.”

Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng met with the Office for Budget Responsibility

Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng met with the Office for Budget Responsibilityクレジット: ユニバーサルニュース & スポーツ