After high-profile visits to the United States, former prime minister Liz Truss will be rather closer to home in her latest appearance to publicise her memoir - a Norfolk bookshop and a Suffolk town hall.

The South West Norfolk MP will be signing copies of her book Ten Years To Save The West at Waterstone's in King's Lynn and Beccles town hall later this month.

Ms Truss, whose tenure in Downing Street lasted just 49 days after her mini-budget triggered economic turmoil, has spent recent weeks plugging her book on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

Watton & Swaffham Times: Liz TrussLiz Truss (Image: free)

In the book and in interviews, Ms Truss has claimed her attempts to push through policies during her stint in Downing Street had been undermined by the establishment, including by the Treasury, the Bank of England and the Office for Budget Responsibility.

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And the East Anglian leg of her book-selling blitz will include signing copies in the King's Lynn Waterstone's - in the North West Norfolk constituency - at 12.30pm on Tuesday, May 28.

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The following night (Wednesday, May 29), Ms Truss will be taking part in an 'In Conversation' event over the border in Suffolk.

She will be in Beccles Public Hall and Theatre at 7.30pm, where she will also be signing her book.

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People can book tickets at or by calling 01502 770060 between 10am and 3pm, Monday to Saturday.

Ms Truss said: "I'm delighted at the impact the book has had so far and am thrilled to be a Sunday Times bestselling author.

"The interest it has generated in how government works - or not as the case may be - has been significant and I'm looking forward to the events in King's Lynn and Beccles."

Labour's Terry Jermy, who is standing against Ms Truss in the next general election, said his own fundraising campaign had been boosted by the publicity around her book.

Other prospective parlamentary candidates are independent James Bagge, Toby McKenzie for Reform UK and Josie Ratcliffe for the Liberal Democrats.