Facts about the career and life of new British Prime Minister Elizabeth Truss
The new British Prime Minister Elizabeth will be the third woman to serve in this position after Theresa May and Thatcher because both served the United Kingdom for a total of 14 years and 219 days.
Elizabeth Truss received 57 percent (81 thousand 326) of qualified votes among the members of the Conservative Party, while the former British Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Shank, could only receive 42 percent (60 thousand 399) of votes.
The one-year-old Truss worked at Shell from 1996 to 2000 and later joined M/s Cable & Wireless and their she became the Economic Director before leaving the organization in 2005. Wales Online said about the Lister;s family that in 2000 Truss married fellow accountant Hugh O’Leary and they have two daughters Liberty 14, and France, 16, married to partner M. P survived Liz’s public affair with Mark Field, her marriage to Field ended in divorce. Truss locked her daughter’s phone in a box to limit her screen time said by Truss to BBC News.