However, cabinet sources have told the Daily Telegraph that Ms Truss faces opposition to her plan from Chancellor Rishi Sunak, and Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove. The paper says Mr Gove favours a slightly softer approach and talking for longer, while Mr Sunak fears any unilateral action could lead to a trade war with the EU, which would worsen the cost of living crisis.

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