Liz grew up in a left-wing «non-conservative» family and as a child with her activist mother marched in demonstrations against Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
She was president of the university branch of the Liberal Democratic Party and advocated the abolition of the monarchy.
Was elected to Parliament in 2010 and after 6 years became the first woman to hold the post of Lord Chancellor and Minister of Justice.
In 2019, she simultaneously served as Minister of International Trade and Minister of Women’s Affairs.
Third female Britain’s Prime minister (after Thatcher and May).
- promised to present an action plan in response to huge electricity prices within the first week as prime minister, cut taxes and suspend the collection of «green taxes»
- called «the defeat of Russia» in Ukraine one of her main goals, promised to send more weapons to Kiev
- said about intention to talk with Putin on the G20 summit
- plans to declassify more intelligence data about Russia’s actions in the world
- promised to prevent another referendum on Scottish independence
- intends to promote the construction of new nuclear power plants and fracking gas production in the North Sea
- announced its readiness to withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights, which «interferes the implementation of London’s policy of illegal migrants deportation»
- plans to declare the China as a «threat» to national security for the first time, as it was with Russia
- announced its intention to introduce regional wages in Britain, reducing the salary of all public sector employees outside London to attract money to the budget
- declared readiness to «press the red button»