Boris Johnson immediately resigned as Prime Minister after a fierce battle between sage Sanak Lees Truss for the Prime Minister’s seat vacated by the Partygate scandal.
According to the information received, the election of the Conservative Party has been won by Liege Truss with 57.4% votes. Truce won 57.4% of the vote in the ruling Conservative Party’s internal election, compared to 42.6% for Snook, according to results announced today.
Johnson’s cabinet is contested between Finance Minister and Indian-origin Rishi Sunak and Foreign Secretary Liz Truce.
At one time, the craze was leading, but Truce was expected to become the new prime minister after an aggressive attitude in British media opinion polls.
Truce previously served as Deputy Finance Minister in Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet, while in Johnson’s government she was given the Foreign Office role.
In his campaign against Rishi Sunak as Prime Minister, he pushed for tax cuts to revive Britain’s economy, and he called for more relief for locals suffering from the worst inflation in four decades.
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