Liz Truss Profile: Conservatives love the idea of ​​a “Thatcher version 2.0” but will it convince the rest of the country?

It was 2009. Liz Truss had cheated on her husband with a Conservative MP, Mark Field, and the Daily Mail got the story out.

A group of rural conservatives — the press called them the ‘Turnip Taliban’ or ‘Turnip Taliban’ — launched a veritable insurrection over her nomination as deputy. Her then embryonic career was very close to meeting its end. Could an adulteress run for the Conservative Party in South West Norfolk? She could, won and raised them the most.

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