Anne-Marie Trevelyan named new UK transport chief
It will be the third department the MP has run.
New U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss named Anne-Marie Trevelyan her new transport secretary.
The former trade secretary backed a rival candidate, Tom Tugendhat, in the Conservative leadership campaign, but switched to Truss when he got knocked out.
During her stint in the trade department, Trevelyan got new free-trade deals with Australia and New Zealand over the line, as well as a digital agreement with Singapore.
She also ran the international development department until it was folded into the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.