London, Agencies: Liz Truss, a strong contender for the post of British Prime Minister, has said in a statement that if she is elected to the post of PM of the country. So she will first solve the problems of energy bill. UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss says fixing the UK energy market is her first priority.
Truss to adopt two-track approach
According to sources, it is reported that the truss will adopt a two-track approach. That will include immediate financial support for British families and ways to address energy problems exposed by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Just last week, UK energy regulator Offgame raised the energy price cap by 80 per cent from October 1 due to a rise in global energy prices.
Demand to control energy prices
Offgame CEO Jonathan Brearley has warned that energy prices are likely to continue rising. He has called on the future Prime Minister of the country to take new measures to tackle the problem. The country will soon get a new Prime Minister in place of the outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. It could be either former Indian-origin Chancellor Rishi Sunak or Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.
Candidates have presented strong claim for the post of Prime Minister
Let us tell you, Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss argued several times one-on-one for the vote of about 160,000 members of the Conservative Party. Sunak focused his election campaign on inflation, a 10-point plan to tackle illegal infiltration, a commitment to fighting crime to make Britain’s streets safer and building confidence. At the same time, Foreign Minister Liz Truss promised to cut taxes. He said that this would be his first task.
Edited By: Amit Singh