5 years old audio reveals that the Troy leadership front runner said “Those outside London were less likely to be hard workers and there was little desire for work culture to change within the UK”.
The conversation which was recorded 5 years ago is the conversation between the Chief Secretary to the Treasury and the officials. The Chief Secretary was the Tory leadership front runner.
Liz Truss said that British workers as a whole also lacked the “skill and application” of foreign rivals, specifically those in China.
A leaked audio recording revealed Liz Truss said British workers needed “more graft” and lacked the “skill and application” of foreign rivals.
Liz Truss said it was “partly a mindset or attitude thing” and there seemed little desire to change the working culture so the UK could become more prosperous.
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