Wednesday, November 30, 2022
HomeUnited KingdomThe horror of Liz Truss' cinemas

The horror of Liz Truss’ cinemas

“We started the project as cinematographers and ended it as political obituaries,” sighs James Heale. The British journalist comes out of ten grueling weeks in the company of his colleague Harry Cole, from the tabloid The sun.

The sequence begins on August 20 with the signing of an exciting publishing contract. The subject of the book: Liz Truss, big favorite in the race to succeed Boris Johnson. His victory over Rishi Sunak in the hearing of conservative activists is beyond doubt. The title of the biography is already defined: Out of the Blue: The Astonishing Rise of Liz Truss (“Out of nowhere. The meteoric rise of Liz Truss”). “We were given two months to write it, specifies James Heale in the columns of the Conservative weekly The spectator, who hires him. But we had no idea that events would take this turn.”

Iconoclastic instincts

The trajectory of their joint work follows that of the fallen prime minister. First the drive. In Oxford’s dusty archives, where the curator studied, in the heart of London



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments