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Liz Truss clearly had a plan for her first week, but fate tore it apart up | Liz Truss

OOn Monday night, Liz Truss touted the victory party on roof of Deliveroo headquarters in Cannon Street before leaving early to get ready for her audience with queen next day. Teresa Coffey, her soon-to-be deputy prime minister, hit dance floor together with helpers.

Are they few know what is their meaning of the jubilation was short-lived. FROM just hours of experience as prime minister behind her, Truss has found herself leading nation through the period of mourning after death of Queen on Thursday afternoon.

However, in a few short days before everyone government business was actually suspended, Truss was not inactive. She did it complete relatively hassle-free cabinet reshuffle, announce £100-150bn package of relief on electricity bills and replace almost completely of Boris Johnson operation on Downing Street.

Truss clearly prepared to the highest degree, as it became obvious that she would win. over her rival is Rishi Sunak. Above last three weeks of in the campaign she spent a lot of her time planning for government with clutch of close helpers at her grace and mercy retreat in Chevening.

Johnson chose for a firing the approach of the detachment to his office in his first days as prime minister by calling them to his office dosing room with their services and let the shocked and sometimes tearful former ministers then head down to the palace of Westminster Court, where journalists captured the expression on their faces.

However, Trouss had many of tailor-made logistics up even before she entered No. 10. She was also diplomat; awkward conversations took place by phone over well of in last a week so that who would leave ready. Negotiation over positions for ambitious rivals for leadership took place over days, and sometimes weeks in advance, so that there is no confrontation in No. 10 k set languages ​​are spoken.

Two of square pegs who Farm found hardest to match in were her rivals for leadership were Kemi Badenoch and Penny Mordaunt. Badenoch sought to capture over like a culture secretary and Mordaunt turned down the job of party chair. Friends of Mordaunt, who took third place behind Truss and suffered a devastating campaign against she was saddled by Truss supporters, said she hoped to become a foreigner secretary.

But Truss decided place her most ambitious potential contenders in short-key workplaces with small chance to build significant policy profile. “If you are Liz, you are not want Kemi in Telegraph every week with spicy ideas. one An MP supporting the Truss remarked. “She’s quite obviously more of a future perspective for in party than Penny or Swell [Braverman, the home secretary] currently.”

The reshuffle has publicly begun on Tuesday, but the meetings are over on late at night mostly because of calls between Truss and foreign leaders, the most important with US President Joe Biden and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Biden took a moment to highlight US warnings over Northern Ireland protocol. The White House report mentions countries”A shared commitment to protecting achievements of Belfast/Good Friday Agreement and Importance of reaching an agreed agreement with European Union on Northern Ireland protocol”. UK readings rounded over the same detail.

Truss finished around midnight, but aides said she back at my desk by 6 am, cooking for cabinet.

As for her rivals, the majority of Sunak’s most famous patrons were on Commons Terrace after losing the leadership competition on Monday. Outgoing ministers including Grant Shapps, George Eustis and Steve Barclay bought rounds of farewell drinks for of their employees even before they were formally informed that they out.

Shapps was one of several ministers supporting Sunak put up a fight try to save your department by spending the summer in series of announcements on strikes.

But they kicked him out together with other; in one the survivor was Robert Buckland as Welshman secretary. He tactically switched sides during the duel.

Buckland hoped for return to justice the department where he served before Johnson left him, but he relented with bail revision of rights about which he had serious concerns.

Unlike the grim gang of Sunak, big smile on in face of Keir Starmer walking on to the terrace late on Monday Afternoon for rare appearance with his assistants and gang of The deputies leave the meeting.

On arrival, Starmer was surrounded by Conservative MPs, two of who jokingly congratulated him on win next elections. Two former the ministers said they were disappointed with the party future, with one speaking throwing themselves in The Thames was an equally attractive prospect.

One current service minister said they concerned what a massive purge of Sunak supporters will reinforce divisions in in party. They said there were widespread fears that Truss would hold her. government in similar style to Johnson, forced to do U-turns and with “bunker mentality”, repulsive critics.

“If I were Liz, I would be careful with these who got on board with her because she is continuity, Boris because the diet version will never be the same real thing for them minister said, in hidden link to its destination of Jacob Rees-Mogg, close ally of Trassa’s predecessor.

One former minister they said they felt new freedom to express one’s opinion with Elections Track. They said, “At the end of the day, I was very committed to the government, I guess, and now there are things that I want say i disagree with and there are many of people feeling like what now”.

Another said more widespread anxiety about Truss being elected was exacerbated by a lower-than-expected margin with with which she beat Sunaka, pointing out it was publicly supported by less than 30 deputies. in in first round of vote. “In my life I’ve never seen a prime minister in with less political capital.”

But those who we in for the biggest shock was Sunak’s undefeated supporters in cabinet, but Johnson era staff in Downing Street, many of who expected to stay on under the Truss – or at least asked for it. Political advisers received an email as Johnson was leaving Downing Street saying that clear their tables by 9.30 am.

farms team also made it clear she would have dismantled Johnson’s reforms of operation number 10, and at least 40 civil servants were informed directly about them new roles in Cabinet of Ministers. Even David Canzini former colleague of farms new main of employees, Mark Fullbrook and Brexiter, were not asked to stay on.

Now Trass will have to fight with break in her plans for government, using time to take stock and work out details of her energy help – which was posted without explanation for how it will be funded.

When business returns in 10 days of national culmination of mourning in Queen’s funeral, Truss will have a huge amount do in compressed period of time since the visit to the UN general assembly and emergency gang budgetto the set of policy announcements what to expect from her first party conference.

Politics may not be as combative as usual this fall, but new prime minister still inside building up, with her government strengthening for economic crisis, potential energy shortage and NHS on his knees soon.

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