Watch: Comedian’s version of Liz Truss’ speech is a must watch – The London Economic

Liz Truss has insisted Britain must show it does not fear what lies ahead after “our lives changed forever” following the death of its “icon” Queen.
The Prime Minister said the King “bears an awesome responsibility that he now carries for all of us”, adding: “Even as he mourns, his sense of duty and service is clear.”
Ms Truss added the British people, the Commonwealth and all MPs must support Charles as he takes the country forward to a “new era of hope and progress, our new Caroleon age”.
She even posed for ANOTHER pic.
On behalf of a grieving nation I offer my deepest condolences on the passing of Her Majesty.
She was the rock on which modern Britain was built.
The thoughts of this government and this nation are with His Majesty The King and his family.
Sooz Kempner watched Truss’ acceptance speech and created this on-point parody of what she’d just seen.
Here is the speech:
Watch in full: Liz Truss gives her first speech as Prime Minister.

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James O’Brien also had a take on it…
James O'Brien's tongue in cheek analysis of Liz Truss's acceptance speech.@mrjamesob
Liz Truss' first speech as Prime Minister
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And if anyone thinks this is overly mean to Liz, here’s an actual speech she decided was genuinely the right thing to present in public:
So lifelike!
The genius of @SoozUK
Too close
Love Sooz’s work. But having just watched #PMQs, strikes me her real satirical challenge going forwards will be staying awake til the end of Truss’s speeches.
Related: Watch: Liz Truss’ curtsy to Charles has got the meme treatment

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