In her first Prime Minister's Questions, Liz Truss addressed the energy crisis and announced her plans to tackle it. She also responded to a question about her decision to oppose windfall taxes.
00:00:00 In her first Prime Minister's Questions, British Prime Minister Liz Truss addresses concerns about the energy crisis and announces her plans to tackle it. She also responds to a question about her decision to oppose windfall taxes.
00:05:00 The Prime Minister is announcing that she is going to borrow more money and not tax oil and gas profits, which will result in more debt for the people of the United Kingdom. She is also announcing that she is going to cut corporation taxes, which will benefit the rich more than the poor.
00:10:00 Liz Truss's first Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) address the recent increase in energy prices, businesses' struggle to cope with high prices, and her plans to address these issues. Truss also announces her new energy policy, which will include measures to address businesses' energy costs and increase the use of UK energy sources.
00:15:00 Liz Truss delivers her first Prime Minister's Questions. She discusses nuclear power in Scotland and the snp's support for it, her plans for the first full day of her tenure, and her goals for Northern Ireland. She also congratulates the Prime Minister on her appointment.
00:20:00 Liz Truss delivered her first Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) on 7 September 2022. She discussed the issues facing the UK, including the energy crisis, and announced that one of her main achievements was the reintroduction of beavers. She also discussed Brexit and the possibility of an energy price freeze.
00:25:00 In her first Prime Minister's Questions, Liz Truss discusses the high energy prices and the impact on businesses and citizens. She also speaks about her plans for the economy and for the health of the ambulance services.
00:30:00 The new prime minister, Liz Truss, delivers her first Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs). She talks about her government's plans to improve NHS care, tackling child poverty, and regulating the online space.
00:35:00 The Prime Minister answered questions on the Online Safety Bill, which she said needed some tweaks. She also congratulated the new government on its promises to improve early childhood care.