The Public Duties Cost Allowance (PDCA), which was introduced after Margaret Thatcher resigned in 1991, is designed to support former PMs in their public duties after they leave office.
But Ms Truss is under pressure to stay away from the grant – as the shortest-serving Prime Minister in British history.
Lib Dem cabinet office spokeswoman Christine Jardine said: ‘Liz Truss will forever be known as the 50-day prime minister.
‘There is no way that she should be permitted to access the same £115,000-a-year for life fund as her recent predecessors – all of whom served for well over two years.
‘To make matters worse, Truss’s legacy is an economic disaster – for which the Conservatives are making taxpayers foot the bill.
‘For Truss to walk off into the sunset with a potential six figure dividend, while leaving the British public to suffer, would be unconscionable.
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‘This large potential pay-out will depart a bitter style within the mouth of the hundreds of thousands of individuals scuffling with spiralling payments and eye-watering mortgage charge rises due to the Conservatives’ financial mismanagement.’
A number of Labour MPs have made related feedback about Ms Truss’s entry to the cash whereas ‘one in seven folks within the UK are skipping meals to pay their payments’.
Mr Johnson is eligible to say cash from the PDCA however it’s not but identified whether or not he has performed so, because the Cupboard Workplace accounts haven’t been filed this 12 months.
Theresa Could, who recieves a wage as an MP, has taken £57,832.
John Main, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and David Cameron have all claimed near the utmost quantity.
The PDCA is estimated to price the taxpayer as much as £700,000 per 12 months, together with pension contributions.
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