Trade secretary Liz Truss has outlined how the UK economy will look after Brexit.
Truss said Britain will be “more competitive” and “more confident”.
She said the economy would be more flexible as the UK exits the EU.
Speaking at the annual Conservative Party conference in Manchester, she said Britain will be “a low tax, flexible, entrepreneurial leader in the world”.
What does this mean?
Truss and her team have been busy getting ready for a Brexit which is still set to go ahead on 31 October. The minister has just returned from a trade visit to Australia, New Zealand and Japan as part of a mission to build relationships with partners outside of the EU.