To call Liz Truss' tenure as PM shambolic would be an understatement. Ongoing Tory malgovernance has had profound consequences for the global reputation of Britain and its economy. The Conservative party is now a reflection of serious rot in UK politics – Westminster is in dire need of a new Labour government.
Truss' best hope of survival is that there's no obvious replacement for the role of Conservative party leader. However, Rishi Sunak is increasingly becoming a clear candidate around which MPs can unite. The current PM is providing a hapless performance after just six weeks in post and her political ineptitude must be stopped to protect the Conservatives' electoral chances.
There is a 50% chance that Liz Truss will no longer hold the office of Prime Minister of the United Kingdom by Jan. 15, 2023, according to the Metaculus prediction community.