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'Kangaroo Commission': Truss rejects calls to discuss cost of living with Sunak and Johnson

Liz Truss refused a call to discuss costs withBoris Johnson and former Prime Minister Rishi Sunak I did-I agree to a life crisis and a support package before the Tory Leadership Contest ends.

The candidate to replace Johnson, who describes it as a "constitutionally highly undesirable" "Kangaroo Commission," is committed to his job asForeign Secretary. said.

It is said that Tony Dunker, Director of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI),,the resigning Prime Minister and his two candidates vying to replace him. said that they should meet. Discuss additional support for households.

He said that as experts warned that energy bills could exceed a devastating £3,500 from October and £4,000 by spring, it is time to "help people." , agree on a common pledge to help quell fear."

Former Labor Prime Minister Gordon Brown made a similar call on Monday for common ground among candidates.

But Mr Truss, speaking in Darlington at a Tory event, said:

“We have a prime minister, Nadim Zahawi, who will hold these positions until September. I don't think so, those CBI, me, and Rishi Sunak's committee.

She continued: Boris Johnson made Brexit happen, provided a Covid vaccine, They stood up to Putin and did a great job as Prime Minister.

"They are competent people and can make these decisions. This Kangaroo Commission you are proposing is strange.

But Mr Sunak said he was happy to walk into the room with his rival Mr Truss and the outgoing prime minister to talk about future aid amid warnings about the cost of energy bills. Stated.

But he added:

"So we can go in the room as much as we want, but at the end of the day, that policy doesn't work.

At the No 10 reception held early on Tuesday, Mr Johnson announced that the Conservatives on 5 September He said he was "sure" whoever wins the leadership election would want to make a statement on how to "help more people" who are struggling. get along.

He added that he was "absolutely certain" that his successor would also have "the financial strength and the reserves to continue to look after the people." 42}