Pressure grows on ‘blunder-prone’ Truss and Ministry of Justice

06 Apr 2017

Cabinet ministers have reportedly been urging the prime minister to remove Liz Truss from the role of Lord Chancellor and, potentially, break up the Ministry of Justice due to ‘a series of blunders’.

Senior government sources have told the Daily Telegraph that a number of embarrassing mistakes have prompted ‘concerns at the very top that a major overhaul is needed’. This may involve stripping Truss of the Lord Chancellorship, therefore removing the conflict of interest with her other position as se...

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