Liz Truss will wrap up the Conservative Party conference by defending her approach and pledging a "new Britain for the new era" - after a week of U-turns and infighting.
In power for just 28 days - and for 10 of them politics was paused following the death of the Queen - it has been the worst possible start for Liz Truss.
The government's economic policies could be causing "many more deaths" than the COVID-19 pandemic, an academic has warned.
Home Secretary Suella Braverman has attacked Tory MPs who she claims "staged a coup" against the prime minister over her plan to scrap the 45p tax rate.
Liz Truss says she had "absolutely no shame" in performing a dramatic U-turn on the government's plan to scrap the 45p higher rate of tax.