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Liz Truss visits Dorchester

West Dorset MP Chris Loder has welcomed the Foreign Secretary and Conservative Party Leadership candidate Liz Truss to West Dorset on Tuesday, following his endorsement of the Foreign Secretary as the next Prime Minister.

Ms Truss came to West Dorset to speak to local Conservative Party members about the key issues affecting Dorset and the UK more widely and to answer questions

The ‘Meet Liz Truss’ event, near Dorchester, attracted a fully booked venue of almost 200 people to listen to the Foreign Secretary.

Mr Loder told KeeP 106: “(Tuesday) provided a great opportunity for local people to put forward the main issues in rural Dorset to Liz Truss. Her responses contained the characteristically straightforward, pragmatic and considered plans of actions for bus services, digital connectivity, railway links, the NHS and so much more that we have seen throughout her campaign. I am certainly of the view that Liz is good news for rural Britain and is why I am delighted to be supporting her’.
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