A word cloud has revealed the most commonly used words in Liz Truss’ speech to the Conservative party faithful in Birmingham.
“Growth”, “country” and “people” were three of the most used words – perhaps unsurprising giving her plans for the economy.
The prime minister has insisted her tax-slashing budget will help with growth after it caused turmoil in the markets – and she doubled down on this in her speech today.
She vowed to break Britain out of a “high-tax, low-growth cycle” and said the environmental campaigners who heckled her were part of an “anti-growth coalition” that includes opposition parties, trade unions and “Brexit-deniers”.
Ms Truss said her three priorities for Britain’s economy are “growth, growth and growth” – repeating a phrase used by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer in a speech he gave in Liverpool in July.
The PM has also consistently said she wants to put more money back into working people’s pockets by cutting taxes, and her speech today was no different.
“Britain” was another frequently used word.
In her speech, Ms Truss promised “a new Britain for a new era” and to “get Britain moving again”.
“Energy” and “friends” also cropped up in references to the war in Ukraine and the ongoing energy crisis.
The word cloud also showed that “Britain”, “economic”, “need” and “more” were used frequently.