Liz Truss will fight to keep her South West Norfolk seat at the next general election.
A spokesperson for the ex-PM confirmed the news this morning, as the deadline for Tory MPs deciding if they want to run for parliament again.
A spokesperson said: “I’m happy to confirm that Liz will be seeking re-election at the next general election.”
Ms Truss resigned from the top job in late October after her tax-slashing mini budget caused chaos in Britain’s financial markets.
The ex-PM lasted just six weeks in No10, making her the UK’s shortest serving premier in history.
But she’s determined to see through another term as an MP.