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About Video - Liz Truss says sorry for mistakes but vows to stay on as PM in BBC interview Multiple U-turns left Liz Truss Truss in a precarious position, with Labour mocking her failure to address MPs on Monday and Tory rebels speeding up plots to oust the Prime Minister. On Monday night, she said sorry for the first time for “mistakes” in economic policy but vowed to fight on, telling the BBC: “I will lead the Conservatives into the next general election. “First of all, I do want to accept responsibility and say sorry for the mistakes that have been made. I wanted to act, to help people with their energy bills, to deal with the issue of high taxes, but we went too far and too fast. I have acknowledged that. Read more here: Subscribe to The Telegraph with our special offer: just £1 for 3 months. Start your free trial now: Get the latest headlines: and are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture. Keywords: Telegraph,News,Liz Truss apologises,Prime Minister,Tory rebels,economy,Kwasi Kwarteng,leadership,House of Commons,Labour,Tory Party,politics,apology,Downing Street,energy bills,taxes