Liz TrussImage source, Reuters
Image caption, Liz Truss was Foreign Secretary - pictured here announcing sanctions on Russia in March - when both payments were made

During her time as foreign secretary, Liz Truss spent more than $2,000 on an online shop.

Emily Thornberry wrote a letter to the department questioning the use of foreign office expense cards.

She wanted to know why officials had incurred a number of costs.

Someone has contacted the Foreign Office.

On October 21st and March 21st, the payments were made.

Liz Truss was the foreign secretary at the time.

She was Chief Secretary to the Treasury at the time and she had previously mentioned the city on her social media accounts.

According to the Local Democracy Reporting Service, she met with leaders in the Gulf in October 2021.

Milot Rashica (right)Image source, Getty Images
Image caption, Norwich City were relegated from the Premier League to the Championship in May

It is not known who ordered the payments or what they were for.

At a Conservative leadership debate in July, Ms Truss admitted to a crowd of party members that she was a fan ofNorwich City.

She told them that they were a fine family club.

"Delia is a great woman, great cookbook, I think you can all agree."

In her letter, Ms Thornberry wrote that it was difficult to understand why the department had spent money on items such as "high-end private catering; wellness and beauty treatments; extensive supplies from UK wineries; large amounts of home furnishings; and

She wanted to know how officials were able to spend $4,333 on two hair appointments.

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  • Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Emily Thornberry
  • Elizabeth Truss