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Lis Truss was 'frozen' and fell into 'wax works mode' as she sat in the House of Commons before 'self-heckling' as she tried to persuade the nation she is hanging onto her leadership, a body language expert has said.<br>The Prime Minister appeared briefly in the Commons as her new Chancellor  took a wrecking ball to her economic policies by reversing a raft of tax cuts that had formed the basis of her leadership campaign.<br>But she sat almost motionless for 30 minutes before scurrying out to shouts of 'bye!'.<br>It came after Leader of the House  had to deny that Ms Truss was 'hiding under a desk' after she was sent to the dispatch box for an urgent question tabled by Labour leader .<br>The PM then gave an interview to the BBC last night amid the turmoil within her party, vowing that she will carry on and even fight in the next General Election.<br>But author and body language expert Judi James today said Ms Truss appeared 'frozen' yesterday and is 'desperately trying to persuade us and herself' that she can remain in her role.<br>Ms James told Sky News: 'It was bizarre.  From start to finish the body language was so hard to fathom. The best way to describe it would be a lack of emotional intelligence. <br>'If we look at the arrival [at the Commons], there had been an hour of "Where's Wally?" going on. She bounced in, she sat down smiling, she was chatting to Hunt and laughing - I found that very strange. <br>'Penny [Mordaunt] had been standing there like someone on a sinking ship for over an hour armed with a teacup, bailing her out.  She gave three apologies which were delegated to her, and then Truss arrived and started laughing and chatting behind her - there was no bonding going on between the two women. <br>      (image:  )    Prime Minister Liz Truss sat almost motionless for 30 minutes as Jeremy Hunt announced a raft of changes to her economic policies before scurrying out to shouts of 'bye!'<br>      (image:  )    Despite being absent for an urgent question in the Commons tabled by Labour leader Keir Starmer, Ms Truss gave an interview to the BBC last night in which she laughed when asked if she would 'definitely' lead the Conservative Party into the next General Election<br>              (image:  )    Chancellor Jeremy Hunt and Prime Minister Liz Truss pictured together in the Commons and Penny Mordaunt tackled an Urgent Question from Keir Starmer<br>      (image:  )    Leader of the House Penny Mordaunt had to deny that Ms Truss was 'hiding under a desk' after she was sent to the dispatch box for an urgent question<br>              (image:  )    Author and body language expert Judi James today said Ms Truss appeared 'frozen' in the House of Commons yesterday<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                  Share this article Share    Jacinto</a>
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