Elizabeth Truss

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Elizabeth Truss

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Preses o the Buird o Tred
Secretar o State for Internaitional Tred
Assumed office
24 Julie 2019
Prime MeenisterBoris Johnson
Precedit biLiam Fox
Meenister for Weemen an Equalities
Assumed office
10 September 2019
Prime MeenisterBoris Johnson
Precedit biAmber Rudd
Chief Secretar to the Thesaury
In office
11 Juin 2017 – 24 Julie 2019
Prime MeenisterTheresa May
Precedit biDavid Gauke
Succeedit biRishi Sunak
Secretar o State for Juistice
Laird Heich Chancellor o Great Breetain
In office
14 Julie 2016 – 11 Juin 2017
Prime MeenisterTheresa May
Precedit biMichael Gove
Succeedit biDavid Lidington
Secretar o State for Environment, Fuid an Rural Affairs
In office
15 Julie 2014 – 14 Julie 2016
Prime MeenisterDavid Cameron
Precedit biOwen Paterson
Succeedit biAndrea Leadsom
Pairlamentar Unner-Secretar o State for Bairncare an Eddication
In office
4 September 2012 – 15 Julie 2014
Prime MeenisterDavid Cameron
Precedit biSarah Teather
Succeedit biSam Gyimah
Member o Pairlament
for Sooth Wast Norfolk
Assumed office
6 Mey 2010
Precedit biChristopher Fraser
Majority18,312 (30.0%)
Personal details
BornMary Elizabeth Truss[1]
(1975-07-26) 26 Julie 1975 (age 46)
Oxford, Ingland, UK
Poleetical pairtyLeeberal Democrats (UK) (afore 1996)
Conservative (1996–present)
Spoose(s)Hugh O'Leary
Bairns2 dauchters
Alma materMerton College, Oxford
WabsteidOfficial website

Mary Elizabeth "Liz" Truss[2] PC MP (born 26 Julie 1975) is a Breetish Conservative Pairty politeecian wha wis appyntit Secretar o State for Juistice an Laird Chancellor in 2016. She is the first female Laird Chancellor in the thoosand-year history o the role (if nae coontin Eleanor o Provence in 1253[3]). She haes been the Member o Pairlament (MP) for Sooth Wast Norfolk syne 2010.

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  2. "No. 59418". The London Gazette. 13 Mey 2010.
  3. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jul/21/liz-truss-first-ever-female-lord-chancellor-justice-secretary