Interesting that. No retaliation against the Euro, and the left-wing governments involved; Germany - with the SPD and French - with Macron.
Isn't that interesting? Out of the 4 main western democracies, ONLY the UK has a non-leftist government. And lo and behold, it was ONLY the UK, where there was a concerted attack against their currency. I will look at just WHO did this attack in Part 3, but that's another story.
What Truss should have done, is exactly what Boris had done in the past.
1) Held her ground, as the pound not only would've rose (it has), but it would have given her time to show that it was only a temporary thing.
2) Taken the Whip away from the bullies in her own government. Basically, this makes them non-entities in the sphere of things, and they would've been welcome to resign if they really wanted to.
3) Hinted that there would be an investigation into just WHY the pound was falling - aimed solely at the monopolistic investing groups, who were responsible for this.
I know it may have been difficult, but certainly far less destructive and humiliating than what actually transpired.