Britain’s next prime minister :
Liz Truss will succeed Boris Johnson as the country's prime minister, making her the third woman to hold the office.
After narrowly defeating Rishi Sunak, Liz Truss will become the 56th prime minister of the United Kingdom.
The results of Truss' election were just released in the Parliament, and she will assume her new position today, September 6, 2022.
Liz was also the former Foreign Secretary and International Trade Secretary for the country.
Liz had an effortless victory with 57% or 81,000 of the Conservative Party member base voting her as opposed to 60,000 for Sunak.
At a time of national crisis, when energy costs are skyrocketing and the economy is on the verge of recession, Truss assumes the position.
Though not yet confirmed, Kwasi Kwarteng, James Cleverly, and Suella Braverman are plausible candidates for Truss to appoint to her cabinet's three main Offices of State.
Liz commented, the office must demonstrate that they will carry out an audacious strategy to reduce taxes and expand the economy.