Ann Jones

Former Labour MS for Vale of Clwyd

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Former Labour MS for Vale of Clwyd

Entered the Senedd on 6 May 1999

Left the Senedd on 29 April 2021

Recent appearances

  • 24. Closing Statements 24 Mar 2021

    Well, thank you. And they've just kicked off, so I'll be quick. [Laughter.] Llywydd, I joined this fledgling institution 22 years ago as the first-ever representative for the Vale of Clwyd in Wales's National Assembly. Back then, we were limited to debating stimulating secondary legislation, such as the Beef Bones (Amendment) (Wales) Regulations, the Plant Health (Amendment) (Wales) Order,...
  • 24. Closing Statements 24 Mar 2021

    —the Potatoes Originating in Egypt (Amendment) (Wales) Regulations. Now, as important as those were, they are the stuff of very few election manifestos. So, in 1999, the Assembly was the new kid on the block; it was the new institution still proving its worth, and even its right to exist, and something we must continue to prove ourselves worthy of each and every day. So, anyone who knows me...
  • 22. Short Debate: Children's Hospices — A lifeline fund for Wales 24 Mar 2021

    We move on to item 22, which is the short debate, and I now move to today's short debate to ask Mark Isherwood to speak on the topic he has chosen—Mark Isherwood.

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