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Doubt cast on British PM Liz Truss' chances of survival

Unless the poll figures change in a few weeks, British PM Liz Truss is almost certain to face a leadership challenge. PHOTO: REUTERS
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LONDON - Supporters of British Prime Minister Liz Truss have labelled those plotting against her “a bunch of hyenas”, her government remains in control. This, despite her decision to sack her finance minister and ditch most of the economic policies introduced when she came to office just over a month ago.

Asked if she would resign, she replied: "I am absolutely determined to see through what I have promised."

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