Liz Truss becomes new PM of UK: The ruling Conservative Party of Britain decided its leader and the next Prime Minister of the country at the Lower House of Parliament on Monday, after a long process of two months. In this race for the post of PM, only two faces were left till the end- former Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and current Foreign Minister Liz Truss. In the election held between the two leaders, former Foreign Minister Liz got 81326 votes while her rival Rishi Sunak got 60399 votes.
The leader of the Election Committee of the Conservative Party announced Liz Truss as their first choice. She will be the next Prime Minister of Britain. She defeated Rishi Sunak in the race for the post of PM. Truss will be the fourth PM of this country in six years. Earlier, David Cameron, Theresa Me, Boris Johnson has held the post of PM in different intervals from 2016 to 2022.
After being nominated as the next Prime Minister of the UK, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said that she will make a better plan to cut taxes in long -term needs on the energy crisis and energy supply as well as the national healthcare. She also said that she will give a big win to the Conservative Party in 2024.
Who is Liz Truss?
The life of Liz Truss, which is being told further in the claim of the post of Prime Minister of Britain, is also very interesting. Truss is currently the Foreign Minister of Britain. The 47 -year -old Trus, studying in a government school, was a mathematics professor and mother was a nurse. Truss, coming from a pro -labor party family, has studied philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford.
After completing her studies, she also worked as an accountant for some time. After this she entered politics. The first election she won as a councilor. The family was a supporter of the Labor Party, but Truss liked the ideology of the Conservative Party. Truss is considered a strong supporter of the right-wing.
Truss was elected MP for the first time in 2010. Truss was initially against the issues of separation from the European Union. However, came in support of Boris Johnson, who later emerged as a hero of Brexit. British media often compares her to former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.