British Police: The parcel near the government headquarters is not suspicious

British police revealed on Tuesday that the package was found near the government headquarters in “10 Downing Street” in London “is not suspicious” after being examined by specialists.

It also said it reopened the road in the center of the British capital’s government district, near the office and residence of Prime Minister Liz Terrace, after it was closed after a suspicious package was found.

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Yesterday, the British Prime Minister expressed his regret for the “mistakes” she had made in the economic file, underlining her adherence to her position in the “public interest”, a few hours after the new finance minister announced the withdrawal of all previously announced economic measures.

Six weeks after becoming prime minister, in an interview with the BBC, broadcast on Monday evening, said: “I take responsibility and I am sorry for the mistakes that have been made.”

Trass also continued: “I have moved quickly to correct these mistakes,” noting that a lot of effort is being made behind the scenes, most of it to push her to resign.

On Monday, the new finance minister, Jeremy Hunt, who was appointed on Friday, announced that the government is lifting all measures to reduce taxes used to finance the debt, in hopes of avoiding new chaos in the markets.

The announcement comes in light of a significant drop by conservative Trass in opinion polls on the impact of worsening cost of living crisis in Great Britain.

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