Last week, a British tabloid began live-streaming a head of lettuce. The challenge was to see which would last longer, the green vegetable or the tenure of British Prime minister Liz Truss. The head of lettuce outlasted the head of government as Truss’s economic plan drove her tenure into a deadly iceberg. In short, her salad was tossed. BBC: “Prime Minister Liz Truss resigns as UK prime minister and leader of the Conservative Party. Speaking outside Downing Street, she said she could not deliver the mandate on which she was elected.” After only six weeks in office, she could barely deliver the mandate of changing the bedroom set at 10 Downing. This story seems like a litte gem to you, but it’s a brutal dressing down for Truss who experienced history’s quickest fall of Caesar. I guess now she goes back to being arugula citizen.

+ The only thing shorter than the Truss tenure was her resignation speech.

+ Yesterday, Conservative politician Charles Walker voiced his frustrations with his party and you want to watch it. Americans might be able to relate. “I’ve had enough of talentless people.”

+ What Happened With Liz Truss in Britain? A Guide to the Basics. She was quickly undone by a poorly received economic plan. Luckily, her personal economic plan worked out a little better. After just 44 days in office, she’s is eligible to collect a £115,000 a year for the rest of her life. That’s a lot of lettuce.