Elizabeth Truss was Prime Minister from 6 September 2022 to 25 October 2022, and she resigned after a chaotic 45-day period in Downing Street. She studied philosophy, politics and economics at Merton College, Oxford. She is married and has two children, and was elected as Conservative MP for South West Norfolk in 2010. In 2014 David Cameron appointed her as Environment Secretary, and, at 38, she was the youngest female member of his Cabinet. She has since become the first female Lord Chancellor and the first female Conservative Foreign Secretary. She has been the Cabinet’s longest continuously serving member, having held six ministerial jobs under three Prime Ministers: David Cameron, Theresa May and Boris Johnson.