People

Rt Hon Alun Cairns MP

Member of Parliament for the Vale of Glamorgan
Secretary of State for Wales
Alun Cairns was first elected as the Member of Parliament for the Vale of Glamorgan in May 2010.He lives in the constituency with his wife Emma, who runs her own small business, and with their son Henri, who attends the local Welsh primary school.  His father was a welder in British Steel and his mother was a shop-keeper.

Paul Davies AM

Leader of the Welsh Conservatives in the National Assembly
Assembly Member for Preseli Pembrokeshire
Paul was born in 1969 and grew up in Pontsian just outside Llandysul in the County of Ceredigion. He attended Tregroes Primary School and Llandysul Grammar School and after obtaining A Levels at Newcastle Emlyn Comprehensive School, he joined Lloyds Bank in 1987.

Suzy Davies AM

Assembly Member for South Wales West. Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education and Welsh Language. The Leader's Diversity Champion.
Suzy was first elected in 2011 and was returned as one of four regional AMs for South Wales West in 2016.

Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth

Lord Bourne was appointed joint Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Wales Office on 27 October 2017. He holds this role jointly with his Parliamentary Under Secretary of State role at the Department for Communities and Local Government, which he started on 17 July 2016.

Angela Burns AM

Assembly Member for Carmarthen West & South Pembrokeshire
Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health
Angela lives in Pembrokeshire with her husband and two young children and considers herself to be a countrywoman with a metropolitan heart. Angela was brought up in various countries throughout the world and when she left school her interest was caught by the world of business.

Andrew RT Davies AM

Assembly Member for South Wales Central. Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Sustainability, and Rural Affairs
Andrew Davies was born in Cowbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan in 1968 and educated at Llanfair Primary School and St John’s. He became a partner in the family farming business based near Cowbridge. Andrew is a former Welsh delegate on the Council of the National Farmers’ Union. He was the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society’s Oxford Scholar in 2002.

Darren Millar AM

Assembly Member for Clwyd West
Spokesperson for Education
Darren was elected to the National Assembly for Wales in May 2007.  He currently serves on the opposition front bench as Shadow Minister for Health and Social Services, chairs the Assembly's influential Public Accounts Committee and sits as a member of the Health and Well-being Committee.  Darren also Chairs the Cross Party Group on Faith, and the Cross Party Group on the Armed Forces and Cadets, both of which he is a founder member.

Russell George AM

Assembly Member for Montgomeryshire
Spokesperson for the Economy (incl. Tourism & Culture), Transport and SportRussell George is the Welsh Conservative Assembly Member for Montgomeryshire and has represented the constituency since 2011. Russell is the Spokesperson for the Economy and Transport, and his role as spokesperson for the Welsh Conservative Assembly Group also includes responsibility for Culture, Tourism and Sport.

Janet Finch-Saunders AM

Assembly Member for Aberconwy
Spokesperson for Local Government Janet Finch-Saunders represented the ward of Craig-y-Don and Craig side in Llandudno as a Conwy County Borough Councillor for 8 years and Llandudno Town Council for 17 years. In 2004 Janet was elected as the Mayor of Llandudno, following in the footsteps of her parents, both of whom have been long serving Welsh Conservative Councillors in Aberconwy. In her previous council role of Cabinet member Janet held the portfolio for Community Safety, Disabilities and Equalities, Food Safety, Animal Welfare, Trading Standards, Member Development and the Welsh language.

Mohammad Asghar AM

Assembly Member for South Wales East
Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Further Education, Skills, and Faith
Mohammad Asghar was born in Peshawar, Pakistan. After gaining a BA in Political Science at Peshawar University, Mohammad moved to London to complete an MBA. He later gained an accountancy qualification, in Newport where he settled with his family. After spending much of his professional career working for a firm of chartered accountants in Newport, Mohammad is now principal of his own successful accountancy firm.