The new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is the current Foreign Secretary Liz Truss. The BBC and CNN have highlighted how Truss, a supporter of the Liberal Democrats as a teenager, rose to the top leadership of the Conservative Party.
Liz Truss, who took to the streets against former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the eighties, now identifies herself as a torch bearer of Thatcher’s ideals. At first he opposed Brexit. It was later dramatically advocated by Liz Truss, which played a major role in her rise in politics.
Liz Truss’s journey into politics may seem insignificant to many. He was born in 1975. He grew up in a part of the UK where it was not customary to vote for the Conservative Party. He stayed in Scotland and Northern England.
Liz Truss began her education at a government school in Leeds. Later he was admitted to Oxford University. While a student, he was an active member of the Liberal Democrats Party. The party has long been the opposition party to the Conservative Party in much of England.
Liz Truss was a vocal advocate for the legalization of cannabis and the abolition of the British monarchy while a member of the Liberal Democrats; Which is completely opposite to his current position.
According to Liz Truss, he joined the Conservative Party in 1996. Just two years before this, in a speech at a meeting of the Liberal Democrats, he demanded the end of the British monarchy.
Liz Truss’ integrity has been questioned by former Liberal Democrat colleagues since joining the Conservative Party. So far they have portrayed Liz Truss as a traitor.
Liz Truss’ one-time colleague and Liberal Democrat party councilor Neil Fackett campaigned together in the 1990s. He said, ‘I think Liz Truss was sitting back and observing the situation. Demands for the approval of drugs and the abolition of the monarchy were part of this.
Another notable event in Liz Truss’ political career took place in 2016. At a time when discussions about the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union were heating up, he took a stand in favor of remaining in the European Union. Even on social media, he became quite popular. Then Liz Truss wrote on Twitter that she supports those who want to stay in the European Union.