Thérèse Coffey

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Person.png Thérèse Coffey   Facebook Twitter WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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BornThérèse Anne Coffey
18 November 1971
Alma materUniversity College London
PartyConservative Party
The UK’s new cigar-smoking Health Secretary[1]

Employment.png Secretary of State for Environment Food and Rural Affairs

In office
25 October 2022 - 13 November 2023
Appointed byRishi Sunak

Employment.png Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

In office
6 September 2022 - 25 October 2022
BossLiz Truss
Appointed byLiz Truss
Succeeded byDominic Raab

Employment.png Secretary of State for Health Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
6 September 2022 - 25 October 2022
Appointed byLiz Truss
Preceded byStephen Barclay
Succeeded byStephen Barclay

Employment.png Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
8 September 2019 - 6 September 2022
Appointed byBoris Johnson
Preceded byAmber Rudd

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Suffolk Coastal

In office
6 May 2010 - Present

Thérèse Coffey is a British Conservative Party politician who has been Member of Parliament for Suffolk Coastal since May 2010.

Political career

She was the campaign manager for Liz Truss in Summer 2022.

On 6 September 2022, she was appointed Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and was the first woman to be appointed Deputy Prime Minister.[2]

On 25 October 2022, Rishi Sunak appointed her Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

In a reshuffle on 13 November 2023, Thérèse Coffey was replaced as UK/Environment Secretary by Stephen Barclay.


Event Participated in

UK/Parliament/Voted YES to vaccine passports in 2021UK/House of CommonsThese members of the UK Parliament voted YES to the introduction of a "vaccine" passport in 2021


Related Document

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Document:Up to King Charles whether he wishes to attend COP27Article28 October 2022Geneva AbdulKing Charles will not attend the COP27 summit, Downing Street has said, as it is not the “right occasion” for him to do so. The former Prime Minister Liz Truss had asked the king not to attend the summit, and her successor, Rishi Sunak, has left it in place, No 10 confirmed in the afternoon of 28 October 2022. Sunak had already decided not to attend COP27.
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