Truss Apology

International Business News – According to Singapore’s “United Morning Post” website, British Prime Minister Donald Truss apologized on 17 local time for the fiscal plan that triggered the market turmoil, but vowed to stay on as prime minister.

Truss said, “I do want to take responsibility and apologize for the mistakes made …… we have gone too far, too fast.”

However, she stressed that she is “fully committed to serving the country” and said she still believes in a “high-growth, low-tax economy” but ensures that economic stability is the prime minister’s top priority.

According to the report, the Truss government’s “mini-budget” announced on Sept. 23, which included a number of tax cuts without alternative funding, has caused market turmoil and now forced the reversal of some of the measures and the removal of the finance minister.