Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom.
REUTERS/Hannah MckayAllies of Andrea Leadsom claim she wants to become Britain's first female Chancellor.The Conservative MP's ambition is to be in 11 Downing Street, allies tell BI.Leadsom last month
refused to rule out a bid to succeed Theresa May as Tory party leader.Leadsom insists her "sole focus" is making a success of Brexit legislation.
LONDON - Andrea Leadsom has told colleagues that she hopes to be the Britain's first female Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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May in the last Conservative leadership race, has her eyes on the Treasury and "wants to be Chancellor" in the future, allies of the Tory MP have told Business Insider.
The MP for South Northamptonshire wanted to be promoted to either Home Secretary or Foreign Secretary in the Cabinet re-shuffle following Theresa May's failure to win vietnam paragliding tour
a majority in the June election, according to some reports
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have dismissed these claims, suggesting that the Conservative minister's true ambition is to make it into Number 11 Downing Street.
Leadsom's allies add that she is not is actively angling to replace current Chancellor Philip Hammond, who reportedly faces a potential attempted coup in the aftermath of the upcoming budget.