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Truss refuses to answer whether Brits work hard enough

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Truss refuses to answer whether Brits work hard enough

Truss refuses to answer whether Brits work hard enough

Liz Truss refuses to comment on whether British workers are working hard enough after she was heard saying Britsh workers needed "more graft" in a leaked audio clip from several years ago.

Report by Jonesia.

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