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Two cabinet ministers touted as front runners to succeed Theresa May are planning a joint trip to the US, to attend a conference previously addressed by Margaret Thatcher.

Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, and Liz Truss, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, are due to speak at the annual AEI World Forum, run by the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington-based group that champions free markets.

The trip has prompted colleagues to speculate that the pair have formed a new alliance ahead of Mrs May's departure.

A Tory source said: "It's curious that at a critical time for Brexit negotiations, two Cabinet Ministers are spending their time shmoozing with the US.

"Talks have moved beyond...

Two cabinet ministers touted as front runners to succeed Theresa May are planning a joint trip to the US, to attend a conference previously addressed by Margaret Thatcher.

Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, and Liz Truss, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, are due to speak at the annual AEI World Forum, run by the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington-based group that champions free markets.

The trip has prompted colleagues to speculate that the pair have formed a new alliance ahead of Mrs May's departure.

A Tory source said: "It's curious that at a critical time for Brexit negotiations, two Cabinet Ministers are spending their time shmoozing with the US.

"Talks have moved beyond...

Two cabinet ministers touted as front runners to succeed Theresa May are planning a joint trip to the US, to attend a conference previously addressed by Margaret Thatcher.

Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, and Liz Truss, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, are due to speak at the annual AEI World Forum, run by the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington-based group that champions free markets.

The trip has prompted colleagues to speculate that the pair have formed a new alliance ahead of Mrs May's departure.

A Tory source said: "It's curious that at a critical time for Brexit negotiations, two Cabinet Ministers are spending their time shmoozing with the US.

"Talks have moved beyond...

Two cabinet ministers touted as front runners to succeed Theresa May are planning a joint trip to the US, to attend a conference previously addressed by Margaret Thatcher.

Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, and Liz Truss, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, are due to speak at the annual AEI World Forum, run by the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington-based group that champions free markets.

The trip has prompted colleagues to speculate that the pair have formed a new alliance ahead of Mrs May's departure.

A Tory source said: "It's curious that at a critical time for Brexit negotiations, two Cabinet Ministers are spending their time shmoozing with the US.

"Talks have moved beyond...