Bearing in mind that the Fixed Term act was repealed, what can the Commons do to trigger a general election? Would enough light blue moderates agree with the opposition to pass a parliamentary motion of no confidence?
The Guardian has just published an explainer covering this question:
Basically, the options seem to be:
Liz Truss calls for elections out of her own volition
She is replaced as Tory leader and her successor calls for elections (the Guardian article argues that the successor would be under even greater pressure to do so, being a non-elected prime minister following on another non-elected prime minister)
She loses a vote of confidence (either a formal one and it is automatic, or eg a budget vote, and she ought to go for it)
Or she actually stays on for 2 years
None of the options seem to work without participation of either Truss herself, or a significant number of Tory MPs.