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Liz Truss appointed UK Brexit minister after David Frost's shock exit

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Liz Truss appointed UK Brexit minister after David Frost's shock exit

Liz Truss appointed UK Brexit minister after David Frost's shock exit

David Frost quit his post as Brexit minister while PM Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party faces a major crisis in confidence from both lawmakers and voters alike.


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