Liz Truss will receive an annual allowance of £115,000 for life despite her short tenure as Prime Minister
The allowance from the government will reimburse the trust for the expenses incurred in carrying out the public duty. According to the government of his country
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Enacted in 1991, Truss became only the sixth prime minister to receive a lifetime allowance. His brief, six-week stint as UK prime minister came to an end on Thursday
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Liz Truss can still claim the £115,000 annual allowance reserved for former prime ministers. According to government law
All former Prime Ministers are paid an annual allowance intended to reimburse them for expenses incurred while performing official duties in their roles.
To be eligible for the allowance, you only need to be a former Prime Minister, meaning the Truss has qualified
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Despite being the shortest serving Prime Minister in the country's history. He will get annual allowance for life.
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Truss resigned on Thursday after a tumultuous six weeks in office with an economic crisis caused by a series of policy changes made by his government.