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Shortest Prime Minister Ever: Liz Truss resigns

Shortest Prime Minister Ever: Liz Truss resigns

New party leader until October 28

She fails to point out that precisely this vision was not put into practice—and what’s more: her plans were reviewed again by her own Treasury Secretary Hunt, as is well known. Truss said: “However, I recognize that given the situation, I am unable to fulfill the mandate with which I was elected by the Conservative Party.

Truss said she will remain in the position until a successor is found. That would be the case until October 31, Sir Graham Brady, Chairman of the 1922 Conservative Committee said: The election is due on October 28, so the new party leader must be in office by the October 31 budget speech which he said shortly. After Truss’ resignation letter.

Who can be completely open. Rishi Sunak, Jeremy Hunt, Benny Mordaunt and Ben Wallace vied with Truss for the position of Prime Minister following the departure of Boris Johnson in the summer. Jeremy Hunt, the current Treasury Secretary, according to guardians do not apply to their heir. The candidate is Soila Braverman, Truss’s home secretary, who resigned only on Wednesday. Attributed to the far-right wing of the party. Commerce Minister Kimi Badenouche is also in tow. In addition, unconfirmed rumors circulate that the ousted Boris Johnson could take revenge – almost.

Call for re-election

British commentators reacted somewhat inappropriately to Truss’ departure. Written by Caroline Davis from guardians. Political rivals are already calling for new elections: Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish First Minister of the SNP, has called for a ballot, as has Labor leader Keir Starmer. “After 12 years of conservative failure, Britons deserve better than this downward spiral of chaos. We need new elections now.”

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