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At 46, Liz Truss became the UK's second female foreign minister - following a trail previously laid only by Margaret Beckett of Labor 15 years ago.
In a relatively short time in Parliament, she held a wide variety of positions, dealing with high-profile national and international issues.
But her n This new role will bring a new level d 'scrutiny, as his predecessor Dominic Raab discovered when he faced much criticism for staying on vacation during the crisis in Afghanistan.
Ms. Truss, who has a husband and two daughters, has a lot of big problems in his foreign ministry's baccalaureate, his promotion coming at a time when China, Russia, UK Iran 's place in a post-Brexit world and Iran's nuclear program raise many questions in diplomatic circles.
Born in Oxford in 1975, Ms Truss describes her parents, a math teacher and a nurse , as "left ".
This was not a feature inherited from their daughter.
She moved to Paisley, Scotland at the age of four and, in 1983 - in a hint of her future political leanings - played the role of Margaret Thatcher in a school drama production.
The family then scrambled to Leeds, where she attended a public secondary school.
Ms Truss continued her education at the University of Oxford, where she studied philosophy, politics and economics and been active in student politics, first for the Liberal Democrats, then for the Tories.
Then she worked as an accountant for Shell and Cable & Wireless, but her heart was on Westminster .
image caption Liz Truss has become secretary of justice in 2016
She was the Conservative candidate for Hemsworth and Calder Valley in the 2001 and 2005 general elections, winning neither seat. But she was elected councilor in Greenwich, south-east London, in 2006, from 2008, also working as deputy director of the center-right Reform think tank.
Part of Tory leader David Cameron's "A-list " of priority candidates, Ms Truss was finally elected MP for the Tories' secure seat in southwest Norfolk in 2010, with a majority of 13,140 votes.
While in Parliament, she co-wrote a book called Britannia Unchained, which recommendedt remove state regulation to strengthen the UK's position in the world, making it a leading proponent of free market policies on the Conservative benches.
In 2012 , just over two years after becoming a Member of Parliament, she entered the government as Minister of Education.
She went clashed with Lib Dem Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg over school reform, but Mr Cameron promoted her to cabinet in 2014 as environment secretary.
At the 2015 Conservative conference, Ms Truss was mocked for giving a speech that included a passionate section on UK cheese imports, but that hasn't hampered her progress.
In 2016, she was became justice secretary under Theresa May, the following year she continued inur becoming Chief Secretary to the Treasury, a po at the heart of the government's economic agenda.
After Boris Johnson became Prime Minister in 2019, Ms Truss was transferred to the post of International Trade Secretary - a position which means meeting with political and business leaders to promote the British PLC.
As Foreign Secretary, she will accumulate as much, if not more, air miles, with many more people watching over her at every movement.