Boris Johnson to hand over his resignation to Queen Elizabeth
Liz Truss of the ruling Conservative Party will take the oath of office today after winning the British Prime Minister’s election. She has defeated Indian-origin MP Rishi Sunak.
Liz will replace Boris Johnson as Britain’s prime minister and meet Queen Elizabeth in Scotland before appointing a new team of top cabinet ministers to tackle the economic crisis. With the win, Liz will now have to overcome many challenges in Britain. Liz will have to deal with the challenges of recession in the country, record inflation, and unrest in the industrial sector.
Liz and Johnson will meet Queen Elizabeth
Liz’s victory also kicks off the process of a power transition, with current Prime Minister Boris Johnson joining her. Who has left the post of Prime Minister after being caught in many scandals? Johnson will hand in his resignation to Queen Elizabeth today. Truss is set to become Britain’s third female prime minister after being asked to form a government by the Queen, following Margaret Thatcher and Theresa May. It may be mentioned that till now all the women prime ministers have been conservatives.
Liz, who worked with three Prime Ministers
Truss has also served three former Prime Ministers. David Cameron promoted him to environment secretary and he served as justice secretary under Theresa May. He was made Foreign Secretary by Boris Johnson in 2021.
Picture of the firebrand leader
Truss, active in public life since 1998, is the image of a firebrand leader. She has been outspoken on public issues since her school days. Her tough stance was reflected in Moscow this year when she went to try to end the Russia-Ukraine war as foreign minister. When the talks there did not succeed, he gave Russia a good hearing in a joint press conference with the Russian Foreign Minister in Moscow.
The UK is suggesting that firms should move work to the UK or consider moving work to other countries to avoid the higher tax rates for digital companies. The Government has suggested that companies in the UK should move work to the UK or consider moving work to other countries to avoid the higher tax rates for digital companies. The UK government is considering a tax on digital companies in order to offset the burden of the new digital tax that will be introduced in April 2019. The UK government is considering a tax on digital companies in order to offset the burden of the new digital tax that will be introduced in April 2019.