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Liz Truss introduced herself to the British public for the first time as prime minister on Tuesday, starting off by paying tribute to her predecessor Boris Johnson.
Truss spoke to media from 10 Downing, where she said she had accepted Her Majesty the Queen’s “kind invitation to form a new government.”
Truss continued: “Let me pay tribute to my predecessor, Boris Johnson delivered Brexit, the Covid vaccine, and stood up to Russian aggression.
“History will see him as a hugely consequential prime minister.
“I’m honored to take on this responsibility at a vital time for our country. What makes the United Kingdom great is our fundamental belief in freedom, enterprise, and fair play,” she said.
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