Liz Truss Channels Margaret Thatcher, Set To Become Britain’s Third Womanish Leader
Liz Truss, Britain’s foreign clerk, is the odds- on favorite to come the country’s coming high minister.
With lower than two weeks left in a race against Rishi Sunak, the former chancellor of the Exchequer, Truss has projected an air of ineluctability, stuck to the Conservative Party fallacy and wrapped herself in the mantle of Margaret Thatcher, a conservative icon.
But Truss, 47, has offered veritably many suggestions about how she’d defy an profitable extremity that numerous experts view as the gravest in a generation. rather, she has pledged to cut levies, shrink the size of the government and discard the remainingE.U. regulations.
History If she triumphs, Truss will come Britain’s third womanish leader, after Theresa May and Thatcher, ananti-Communist legionnaire and free- request evangelist who took power during a time of similar profitable difficulty in 1979.