Liz Truss has withdrawn from an event scheduled for this afternoon in which she will answer questions from journalists.
Downing Street doesn’t offer any excuses for boxing a trip to an electronics manufacturer.
It comes as the prime minister battles for her political survival after a stormy week in Westminster saw her new prime minister, Jeremy Hunt, rescind most of the economic policies that brought her up. took power just six weeks ago.
Backbencher William Wragg has become the sixth Tory MP to publicly call for Ms Truss to leave.
The PM has faced making or breaking PMQs in the previous range, in which she said she is “fully committed” to a triple lockdown of the pension.
She made the promise despite Mr Hunt on Monday explicitly ruling out agreeing to any other financial commitments before October 31 when he will announce his medium-term fiscal plan.
Ms Truss’ spokesman said the Prime Minister and the Prime Minister agreed on their views on the third session today.
The Conservative Party’s 2019 manifesto said it would keep three lockdowns in place but that was suspended during the pandemic due to an unusual rise in average incomes after the government’s increase scheme ended. .
The government earlier this year pledged to reinstate the third lockdown from April 2023, but that was called into question on Monday after the prime minister cut Kwasi Kwarteng’s small budget.