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Liz Truss Became Britain's Prime Minister


Her toughest transformation has now come. Yesterday, Liz Truss became Britain's Prime Minister after meeting with Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral Castle, Scotland, Britain. According to a Burkingham Palace statement, the Queen requested her to form a new government. Truss, a politician who changes his mind, was sworn in on Tuesday in a ceremony that was carefully planned with the monarch.

Liz Truss is 47 years old right now. Since 2010, she has represented South West Norfolk as its Member of Parliament.

The UK's official website outlined the responsibilities of the Prime Minister. Being in this particular position, the prime minister serves as the head of state and is accountable to the monarch for all official government actions. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is not only the head of government but also the head of the Civil Service and other government agencies, the person responsible for selecting ministers, and the most senior government representative in the House of Commons.

The organization added:

As Minister for the Union, the Prime Minister works to ensure that all of government is acting on behalf of the entire United Kingdom: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.

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According to a statement released by Buckingham Palace, Ms. Truss kissed the hand of Her Majesty after being appointed Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury. Boris Johnson, who was in charge before her, officially resigned when he met the queen at her Balmoral estate in Scotland.

In his last speech as prime minister, Johnson said early Tuesday that his policies had given the country the economic strength to help people get through the energy crisis. He then left the office with his usual bluster. Before getting in his car and leaving Downing Street for the last time as prime minister, Johnson said:

I am like one of those booster rockets that has fulfilled its function. I will now be gently re-entering the atmosphere and splashing down invisibly in some remote and obscure corner of the Pacific.

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Liz Truss is waving her hands to the crowd while wearing a violet dress
Liz Truss is waving her hands to the crowd while wearing a violet dress

Truss worked in the Cabinet during the terms of David Cameron, Theresa May, and Boris Johnson as prime minister.

Truss led the Oxford Liberal Democrats while he was a student at Merton College. She finished college and became a Conservative Party member in 1996.

She was the deputy director of the Reform think tank as well as a former employee of Shell and Cable & Wireless. She was chosen as the MP for South West Norfolk in the 2010 general election after two failed attempts to win a seat in the House of Commons. Truss advocated for change as a backbencher in a number of policy areas, including childcare, the mathematics curriculum, and the economy.

She established the Free Enterprise Group of Conservative MPs and authored or co-authored numerous papers and books, including After the Coalition (2011) and Britannia Unchained (2012). According to Maurizio Giuliano, a fellow university student who met her at a Liberal Democrat event, she was instantly recognizable.

Guiliano Said:

I remember her being very well-dressed compared to other 18 to 19-year-olds. She also had the demeanour of a real adult compared to what we were at that age. She was forceful and opinionated and she had very strong views.

Place of birth:Oxford
Home:London and Norfolk
Education: Roundhay School in Leeds, Oxford University
Family:Married to accountant Hugh O'Leary with two teenage daughters
Parliamentary constituency:South West Norfolk

Liz Truss’ First Speech

Liz Truss’ first speech as the new UK prime minister @BBC News - BBC


On Tuesday afternoon, she will likely give her first speech as leader of a country of 67 million people. Those people are worried about rising energy costs and a winter of recession and labor unrest. Since Johnson said he would step down, he no longer had the power to make big policy decisions, so these problems have been getting worse for the past two months.

Truss told Conservative Party members on Monday that she would "deliver" on the economy, the energy crisis, and the overburdened healthcare system, but she didn't go into much detail about her plans. On Sunday, Truss said that she would talk about how she planned to deal with the rising cost of living in a week.

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Tyrese Griffin - Tyrese started her education in the performing arts at the prestigious Alexander Hamilton Academy in Los Angeles. She returned to civilian life after serving in the United States Army as a tracked vehicle operator, and started writing short stories and screenplays, as well as directing short films and music videos. She has published six novels, which have sold over 200,000 copies, as well as audiobooks and short stories for anthologies, and has earned several awards.

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