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“Into the Storm”: what the newspapers write about Liz Truss first day | Liz Truss

Liz Truss may face hard work for win over voters of the country, but she already delighted British headline writers with Meteorological metaphor from steps of Downing Street, which provided gift for first pages on her first day in office.

Though a late summer downpour threatened to rain on her parade, the skies cleared just in time for in new prime minister promise more sunshine times ahead as the country faces cost of life crisis, aftermath of pandemic and war in Ukraine.

“We can ride out storm,” reads the headline. in in Telegraphabove the picture of Truss and her husband Hugh O’Leary, in front of famous black Door. Paper says that her pledge to cap electricity bills at £2,500 “could halve inflation by next summer” and also applauds “the most diverse team in history”.

Main page of tomorrow’s Daily Telegraph:

‘We can ride out storm’#TomorrowsPapersToday

Sign up for newsletter on homepagehttps://t.co/x8AV4Oomry rice.twitter.com/XJexMG5KYg

— Telegraph (@Telegraph) September 6, 2022


once with the same headline – “We can ride out thunderstorm” – and looks forward The route that opens the “historical package” of tax cuts and bailouts.”

Wednesday Times: We Can Ride out storm #tomorrowpapertoday rice.twitter.com/puiHBAmcrl

— Helena Wilkinson (@BBCHelena) September 6, 2022


Mailmain page says what a sudden change in in weather disappointed the “left tweeters” who he claims to have screamed about the prospect of rain ruins the farm big day. “Then in moment loaded with jubilant symbolism, the skies cleared – and our new Prime Minister Says…Together We Can Ride out storm”.

Wednesdays @DailyMailUK #MailFrontPages rice.twitter.com/PjTCZsRPB4

— Daily Mail UK (@DailyMailUK) September 6, 2022


To express goes with same main headline – “Together we can go out storm” and also reports that Truss accepted revenge on Allies of Rishi Sunak with “brutal change”.

Home – Together we can ride out storm #tomorrowpapertoday @trussleez https://t.co/1pGQDyx40Q rice.twitter.com/EGO6RFekxE

— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) September 6, 2022


Guardian turns weather a metaphor around to suggest that there might be problems ahead. “Into the Storm: Truss Swears solve cost of life crisis, main header says. Also on front, columnist Jonathan Friedland notes that Truss’ predecessor Boris Johnson has left Downing Street.”in sunshine, she came in after a heavy downpour. And this optics will suit Boris Johnson. just Great”.

Guardian front page, Wednesday 7 September 2022 – Into the storm: Truss swears solve cost of living crisis rice.twitter.com/AITwnVYG1e

— Guardian (@guardian) September 6, 2022


“Truss suggests office with oath to rule Britain out of energy storm” says in Financial Timeswhile I has a “farm era begins with tax warning”.

Just published: Main page of Financial Times, UK edition, for Wednesday, September 7 rice.twitter.com/JH6Ro7cKUe

— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) September 6, 2022


Wednesday Front Page: The Farm Era begins with tax warning#TomorrowsPapersToday rice.twitter.com/dCHv7Fhy4h

— I am a newspaper (@theipaper) September 6, 2022


Mirror has a big image of Truss delivers his speech and headline “Now fix Britain, which you have broken a lot”, again blaming for the troubles of the country on tory governments of in past 12 years.

Wednesday front page: now fix UK you broke a lot. https://t.co/8emi18DVQj#TomorrowsPapersToday rice.twitter.com/yshVWqdNqy

— Mirror (@DailyMirror) September 6, 2022


“Hey Liz” – caption in in Sun, with picture of Trass meets with the queen at Balmoral.

Tomorrow on the front page: Truss promises to get the UK back on Top rice.twitter.com/cuCRaVqi55

— Sun (@TheSun) September 6, 2022


underground one more to go with “We can ride out storm,” adding that prime minister then went on “looting offices”

Tomorrow’s newspaper today 📰


🔴 Farm makes economy energy and NHS priorities as new EVENINGS
🔴 Downpour at #10 before she starts firing the office#TomorrowsPapersToday rice.twitter.com/rfep02aKkL

— Metro (@MetroUK) September 6, 2022


northern echo also like this line: “We can ride out storm”.

Wednesdays @Northern Echo

𝗪𝗲 𝗰𝗮𝗻 𝗿𝗶𝗱𝗲 𝗼𝘂𝘁 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝘀𝘁𝗼𝗿𝗺

A message from Liz Truss as she promises a multi-billion pound package of help with electricity bills, promises to cut taxes and appoints her an MP for the North East new-view cabinet#TomorrowsPapersToday rice.twitter.com/b433jdC8Yu

— Nick Gallon (@EchoNickG) September 6, 2022


Finally, Daily entry doesn’t think much of anything the farm had to say, calling it “soft and full of hot air”. Its title is: “There’s nothing to say here.”

Front page of Wednesday’s Daily Record: Scotland’s controversial unproven verdict is overturned. #TomorrowsPapersToday #Pictures rice.twitter.com/F451Rs5JlU

— Daily Record (@Daily_Record) September 6, 2022


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