Elizabeth Truss, the first woman Lord Chancellor in history and staunch defender of the British cheese industry, has been given her marching orders by the prime minister. Sweeping her broom over the weekend in a highly anticipated cabinet reshuffle, Theresa May demoted Truss to chief secretary to the Treasury following last week’s shock general election result which resulted in a hung parliament. The move led to much speculation over who Truss’ replace...

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