Mary Elizabeth Truss is a British politician who has been serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 6 September 2022. She has been the Member of Parliament for South West Norfolk since 2010.
Liz Truss Biography
|Full Name||Mary Elizabeth Truss|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date of Birth||26 July 1975|
|Age||47 Years Old|
|Birth Place||Oxford, United Kingdom|
|Currently Live In||Oxford|
|School/High School||West Primary School, Paisley, Renfrewshire
Roundhay School in the Roundhay area of Leeds, England
|College/University||Merton College, University of Oxford, England|
|Education Qualification||Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics|
Liz Truss’ Net Worth
Liz Truss is Net worth $10 Million.
Liz Truss was born as Mary Elizabeth Truss in Oxford, England on 26 July 1975 to Priscilla Mary Truss and John Kenneth. She used to be known by her middle name from her early age. Her mother Priscilla Mary Truss was a member of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, a teacher, and a nurse, while her father is a Mathematics professor at the University of Leeds. When Truss was just 4 years old her family settled in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland where she attended West Primary School. Further, she moved to Roundhay School. She further lived in Canada for a year. She had interest in social issues including homelessness from her early age. She later studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Merton College, Oxford and finished her graduation in the year 1996. Liz Truss was quite active in Liberal Democrats and was also the president of Oxford University Liberal Democrats. She also served as a member of the national executive committee of Liberal Democrat Youth and Students (LDYS). She finally joined the Conservative Party in the year 1996.
Liz Truss was married to a fellow accountant Hugh O’Leary in the year 2000. They have two daughters. She also had an extramarital affair with the MP Mark Field. Liz Truss Said in 2022 “I share the values of the Christian faith and the Church of England, but I’m not a regular practising religious person”
Liz Truss was a part of Shell from 1996 to 2000. She later qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant (ACMA) in the year 1999. Later, in the year 2000 she got a job in Cable & Wireless. She later became the director of Reform after losing her first two elections. She has also co-authored Fit for Purpose, The Value of Mathematics, Back To Black: Budget 2009 Paper, A New Level among many others.
Later, Liz Truss has handled various ministries and positions:
|Year 2012–2014||Junior ministerial career|
|Year 2014–2016||Environment Secretary|
|Year 2016–2017||Justice Secretary|
|Year 2017–2019||Chief Secretary to the Treasury|
|Year 2019–2021||International Trade Secretary|
|Year 2021-2022||Foreign Secretary|
Between the years 1998 to 2000, Liz Truss was chair of the Lewisham Deptford Conservative Association. She later effectively contested the Greenwich London Borough Council elections in the year 1998 and 2002. She became a councillor for Eltham South in the Greenwich London Borough Council election on 4th May 2006.