Michael Gove publicly apologized for installing Liz Truss and the leader and prime minister of the Conservative Party.
“You wrote in the Sunday Times today that the Conservative Party owes the public an apology for installing Liz Truss as leader, so would you apologize?” asked Sky News’ Sophy Ridge.
Michael Gove replied, “Yes. We have made a mistake. We took the wrong turn.”
“We have to be honest with the British people to regain trust,” he added.
The senior Tory figure described the former prime minister’s tax cuts as “a vacation from reality”.
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