Daily Stars lettuce nears Number 10 as MP admits it may as well run country

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    Liz Truss' disastrous day in parliament is just the tip of the iceberg – cos Daily Star's 60p Tesco lettuce is being tipped to take over.

    The embattled PM was criticised by her own Home Secretary Suella Braverman in her resignation letter yesterday (October 19) following countless U-turns on her manifesto.

    And it got worse when a vote on fracking in the Commons turned to utter carnage, with allegations of Tory MPs being bullied and "manhandled" in the halls.

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    Labour MP Chris Bryant witnessed the scenes unfold and claimed to even have photographic proof.

    And, speaking on Sky News, he admitted the only real way to get out of the mess is to have everyone's favorite lettuce in charge.

    "The chaos goes right to the Prime Minister, to Downing Street," he told Kay Burley this morning (October 20).

    "We don't have a government, the lettuce might as well be running the country or the tofu."

    The Daily Star lettuce is on everyone's lips since the chaotic scenes last Friday (October 14) saw chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng sacked over his horrendous mini-budget and replaced by Jeremy Hunt.

    Bookies have now slashed the odds to just 1/2 of the lame duck PM lasting longer than the Daily Star’s 60p lettuce – with Ladbrokes giving her a high chance of leaving before the end of the year, with Rishi Sunak odds on favourite to replace her.

    Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "The Daily Star lettuce is looking happier and healthier by the day; we can only assume it's seen our latest odds, which suggest Liz Truss' time in Number 10 is all-but up."

    Our lovely-looking lettuce has even joined Cameo where fans can have a personalized messaged sent to them for just £13.


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