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UKIP Wales | Cymru Assembly Group

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Our Team


Neil Hamilton

Group Leader and Spokesman for Culture, Economy, Agriculture & Environment
AM for Mid & West Wales

As Group Leader Neil provides political leadership. He also represents UKIP at First Minister’s Questions.

Caroline Jones

Assembly Commissioner and Spokesperson for Health & Social Care
AM for South Wales West

As representative on the Assembly Commission Caroline is jointly responsible for the effective & efficient operation of the Assembly.

Gareth Bennett

Spokesman for Local Government, Housing & Sport
AM for South Wales Central

Gareth is responsible for advancing UKIP’s local government reform agenda and represents the Group on all matters related to housing and sport.

Michelle Brown

Spokesperson for Education, Communities & Childcare
AM for North Wales

Michelle speaks for the Group on issues related to children and education and is responsible for advancing policy to reduce housing poverty and inequality.

David Rowlands

Spokesman for Transport & Infrastructure
AM for South Wales East

David speaks for the Group on transport and is responsible for fighting for investment in our aging national infrastructure including roads, railways and ports.

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The latest news & posts

Neil Hamilton on Plaid Cymru leadership debate

Unimaginative Rhun ap Iorwerth happy to continue Plaid Cymru’s Labour lapdog ‘strategy’ Adam Price and Neil McEvoy look “hungry to break the cosy Cardiff Bay consensus.” Plaid and Tories merely “sounding brass and tinkling cymbals.” UKIP pleased to work with Plaid Cymru to take Wales forward UKIP Group Leader Neil Hamilton has weighed in on […]

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POSTED BY Kris Hicks IN News ON 14 August, 2017


Brexiteers in the Cabinet are right to call out Remainer Hammond

It is of no surprise to UKIP Wales that key members of the cabinet are attempting to stall Brexit. True Brexiteers in the Cabinet are perfectly in their rights to publicly vent their frustrations with those acting to undermine the process. The Chancellor Philip Hammond is a staunch Remainer and his proposals for a transitional […]

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POSTED BY Kris Hicks IN News ON 17 July, 2017


Powys County Council’s decision on Brecon High School is a victory for parents everywhere.

• Powys County Council’s decision is a victory for parents everywhere. • UKIP Wales calls on Carmarthenshire County Council to follow Powys County Council’s lead and listen to the parents of Llangennech School pupils. UKIP Wales applauds the decision of Powys County Council to retain dual-stream education at Brecon High School. After campaigning long and […]

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POSTED BY Kris Hicks IN News ON 4 July, 2017


Welsh Government’s Superfast Cymru project is moving at 56K dial up speed

·Welsh Government set 96% target by Spring 2016. Superfast availability stands at 85% in December 2016 ·“Around three in ten properties – over 94,000 – in rural areas cannot get a connection of over 10 Mbit/s” – Ofcom report   In light of Eluned Morgan’s mixed bag of proposals for rural areas, UKIP Wales agrees […]

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POSTED BY Kris Hicks IN News ON 3 July, 2017


Common Fisheries Policy “total economic, environmental and social disaster.”

·“The Common Fisheries Policy has been a total economic, environmental and social disaster, and has caused catastrophic damage to our marine ecology.” · UKIP would enforce maritime law in the best interests of the country. Today the UK Government will announce Britain’s withdrawal from the London Fisheries Convention, triggering a two-year withdrawal period. At present, […]

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POSTED BY Kris Hicks IN News ON


Falklands War 35th Anniversary of Liberation

On this day in 1982, the Falklands War came to an end. The conflict in the South Atlantic was the last time an invading force has entered British sovereign territory. The ultimate response from the British Government was both bold and robust. The anniversary is particularly poignant here in Wales since 32 Welsh Guards lost […]

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POSTED BY Tom Harrison IN News ON 14 June, 2017


Theresa May’s Brexit Betrayal

Theresa May’s sacking of David Jones MP as Brexit Minister is a slap in the face for Welsh Tories and UKIP supporters who lent their votes to the Tories last Thursday. May has also slapped Tory Brexiteers in the face with Jones’s replacement, Baroness Anelay – an obscure Remainer quangocrat who has never been elected […]

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POSTED BY Tom Harrison IN News ON 13 June, 2017


Welsh Government guilty of “bovine stupidity”

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POSTED BY Tom Harrison IN News ON 7 June, 2017


More politicians for Wales?

  Research conducted by Roger Professor Scully of Cardiff University Reshaping the Senedd outlines a desire for expanding the National Assembly for Wales. His research explores the methods by which the Senedd could be enlarged to accommodate more Assembly Members. Labour, the Conservatives and Plaid Cymru, who favour the expansion, have argued that an enlarged […]

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POSTED BY Tom Harrison IN Research Blog ON 27 March, 2017


Super Slow Broadband in Mid & West Wales

Press Release Monday March 20 2017   ‘SUPER SLOW’ BROADBAND CONFIRMED IN MID & WEST WALES’ Neil Hamilton, Leader of UKIP in the Senedd, has demanded action following revelations that the lowest average broadband download speeds in the whole of the UK are in his region of Mid and West Wales. Figures released by the […]

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POSTED BY Tom Harrison IN News ON