Updated at 3:34 pm ET, Tuesday, September 6, 2022
Liz Truss went British new prime minister replacing Boris Johnson, who resigned in July after series of scandals.
Truss, 47, defeated rival Rishi Sunak in competition for the leadership of the Conservative Party, and she, following Margaret Thatcher and Theresa May, became the third female prime minister of Great Britain.
Throughout his political career, Truss has been compared to Thatcher. who, for a lot of on right, remains reference for conservative leaders. Like Thatcher, Truss started from a relatively humble position in order to dominate the world inhabited mainly men.
The farm was elected to parliament in 2010. In a relatively short time of time, she established herself as a political force of nature who chasing his agenda with tireless energy and unbridled enthusiasm. She served under three prime ministers in several different cabinet positions, most recently as a foreigner secretary.
Having become a deputy, Truss ceased to be a favorite of Liberal Conservative Leader David Cameron, who took personal interest in her career as a figurehead for right-wing Eurosceptics.
Most viewed Truss as a candidate for Johnson’s succession, and she enjoyed support of a lot of of his supporters.