British Prime Minister Liz Truss “resigns”
British Prime Minister Liz Truss announced Thursday that she will resign six weeks after taking office based on a devastating and fast-reversing economic plan that plunged the pound and threw the Conservative government into chaos.
Officially appointed by Queen Elizabeth II on September 6th, she will now be remembered as the shortest-term prime minister and the most disastrous person in British history.
Her resignation comes after meeting Conservative politician Graham Brady, who is responsible for voting and reorganizing the leadership. Brady is chairman of a 1922 committee consisting of Conservative MPs without a ministerial post who can submit a letter of no confidence to the prime minister.