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South East Cambridgeshire MP gets promotion in the Prime Minister's cabinet reshuffle

By Gemma Gardner

Lucy Frazer MP . Picture: Keith Heppell
Lucy Frazer MP . Picture: Keith Heppell

The former barrister has been given a spot at the Ministry of Justice

A Cambridgeshire MP has been promoted in Theresa May’s reshuffle.

In her first ministerial role, MP for South East Cambridgeshire Lucy Frazer has been named Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Justice.

Ms Frazer, 45, was elected to Parliament in 2015 after a career as a barrister. She was appointed as Queen’s Counsel in 2013. She went to university in Cambridge where she met her husband, David.


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