Andrea Leadsom

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Andrea Leadsom

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Secretar o State for Business, Energy an Industrial Strategy
Assumed office
24 Julie 2019
Prime Meenister Boris Johnson
Precedit bi Greg Clark
Leader o the Hoose o Commons
Laird Preses o the Cooncil
In office
11 Juin 2017 – 22 Mey 2019
Prime Meenister Theresa May
Precedit bi David Lidington
Succeedit bi Mel Stride
Secretar o State for Environment, Fuid an Rural Affairs
In office
14 Julie 2016 – 11 Juin 2017
Prime Meenister Theresa May
Precedit bi Elizabeth Truss
Succeedit bi Michael Gove
Meenister o State for Energy
In office
11 Mey 2015 – 14 Julie 2016
Prime Meenister David Cameron
Precedit bi Matt Hancock
Succeedit bi Lucy Neville-Rolfe
Economic Secretar tae the Thesaury
In office
9 Apryle 2014 – 11 Mey 2015
Prime Meenister David Cameron
Precedit bi Nicky Morgan
Succeedit bi Harriett Baldwin
Member o Pairlament
for Sooth Northamptonshire
Assumed office
6 Mey 2010
Precedit bi Constituency established
Majority 22,840 (35.2%)
Personal details
Born Andrea Jacqueline Salmon
(1963-05-13) 13 Mey 1963 (age 56)
Aylesbury, Ingland, UK
Poleetical pairty Conservative
Spoose(s) Ben Leadsom
Bairns 3
Alma mater Varsity o Warwick
Religion Anglicanism

Andrea Jacqueline Leadsom (née Salmon; born 13 Mey 1963)[1][2][3] is a Breetish politeecian. Haein campaigned for Brexit, she ran for the post o Prime meenister efter the referendum; her maist recent govrenment poseetion wis as leader o the Hoose o Commons, frae which she demittit on 22 Mey 2019 ower disagreements wi Theresa May's Brexit strategy.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Andrea Leadsom SALMON – Personal Appointments (free information from Companies House)". Retrieved 27 June 2016. 
  2. 'LEADSOM, Andrea Jacqueline', Who's Who 2013, A & C Black, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing plc, 2013; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2012 ; online edn, Nov 2012 accessed 2 Jan 2013
  3. Andrea Leadsom – Parliamentary candidates – Telegraph. The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 8 May 2012.