The race to elect the Conservative Party's next leader continues following Boris Johnson's departure.
Following the most recent voting round by MPs Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, only two candidates remain in the running.
Penny Mordaunt, Kemi Badenoch, Tom Tugendhat, Suella Braverman, Nadhim Zahawi, and Jeremy Hunt have already been eliminated from the race.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is set to meet Rishi Sunak for the position of prime minister, but that's not the only reason she's a popular topic on the internet.
Thanks to a speech that has recently surfaced, the 46-year-old is also a viral meme.
Liz Truss' cheese speech has been reinstated.
Liz Truss' address on cheese has gone viral on social media amid the Tory leadership election.
She gave a speech at a Conservative Party conference while she was secretary for the environment under David Cameron in 2014.
Truss was talking about the UK's strong food industry, including wheat cultivation, cheesemaking, and tea exportation.
Before the audience roared into applause, she explained that the French are capable of producing more varieties of cheese.
Before adding a trend that has been viral for over a decade, Truss said she wants to see people eat more produce in the United Kingdom.
We import two-thirds of all of our apples, and nine-tenths of all of our pears. We import two-thirds of our cheese, that's a disgrace, said the author.
The MPs' particular emphasis on the word disgrace and the curious topic of cheese immediately turned the clip into an internet meme, which resurfaced this month.
In the midst of the Tory leadership campaign, memes have flooded Twitter.
When it comes to cheese, find someone who smiles at you, just like Liz Truss does.
I hope you find someone who smiles at you the same way as Liz Truss does when it comes to pork markets and cheese. pic.twitter.com/qNOtDEv6BF
Cheese markets are jubilant.
Cheese markets rejoice! pic.twitter.com/0ZcPkeZ2AS
The most popular Google search:
Liz Truss#cheese #porkmarkets is ranked in the top two Google searches for pic.twitter.com/8Sz6BDk3f
More cheese in British politics:
Does this mean there will be lots more British cheese in politics if Liz Truss becomes Tory leader and Prime Minister by default? pic.twitter.com/EQylAP5h4f
Liz Truss' faces:
Liz Truss. Face 1, "cheese"1/ pic.twitter.com/NA9cqrEpJg
Liz Truss, who is she?
Liz Truss is a Conservative politician who serves as a foreign secretary and minister for women and equalities.
Before she became Secretary of State for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs, she served as parliamentary under-secretary of state for childcare and education from 2012 to 2014.
In Theresa May's government, the 46-year-old was Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor. In 2017, she became Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
Boris Johnson appointed her as Secretary of State for International Trade and president of the Board of Trade before she replaced Dominic Raab as Foreign Secretary.
When she was just four years old, her family moved to Scotland, but she returned to Oxford to study philosophy, politics, and economics at Merton College.
She was president of the Oxford University Liberal Democrats and a member of the national executive committee of Liberal Democrat Youth and Students.