Liz Truss, the new Conservative Party leader and future Prime Minister, is all smiles as she arrives at Conservative Party HQ after being announced as the winner of the Conservative Party leadership race.
This Tuesday, September 6, Liz dress will be appointed Prime Minister, but this transfer of power with his predecessor Boris Johnson Not in London but in Scotland, in the Highlands. The passing of the torch in Aberdeenshire, which had not taken place since 1885, As the BBC notes.
Despite this change of venue, the ceremony will allow Boris Johnson to officially submit his resignation to the sovereign. The latter would later appoint the third female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. She is the 15th head of the British government to have been formalized by Elizabeth II during her 70-year reign.
The Queen’s health caused a change in protocol 96 years old, or at least an “extended holiday” in his Scottish royal residence. Elizabeth II had something to light on her travels, but not “Bojo” and her new replacement.
Liz Truss has a busy schedule
In fact, the traditional walk between Downing Street and Buckingham Palace does not take place. After his final speech in front of “Number 10” in the morning, Boris Johnson promised to pick him up. “Strong Support” For Liz Truss and her government, the two political figures traveled more than 800 kilometers to Scotland for the kissing ceremony.
Boris Johnson has left Downing Street as UK Prime Minister.
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However, there will be no kiss between Boris Johnson, Liz Truss and the Queen of England during this express visit to Balmoral Castle, as contrary to the name of the ceremony only a traditional handshake will take place during the transfer of power.
Liz Truss, officially placed on the throne by the Queen, will then depart London and enters Downing Street for his first address to the nation. This will be a decisive first day for the then-external minister, who will continue to appoint specific ministerial portfolios such as home affairs or culture that were left vacant after the recent resignations of Priti Patel and Nadine Dorris.
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