Mandy Jones AM sworn as new Assembly Member for UKIP Wales

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At a ceremony at the National Assembly’s North Wales Office in Colwyn Bay, Mandy Jones AM has been sworn in as the new Assembly Member for North Wales.

She said, “I am extremely grateful and honoured to have the opportunity to be the Assembly Member for North Wales. I live here, I raised my children here and I promise to serve this region to the best of my ability.”

“I will work hard on your behalf by supporting local businesses in delivering good jobs and campaigning for better local health and transport services in north Wales.”

Mrs Jones was accompanied to the ceremony by her family, and fellow UKIP AM for North Wales, Michelle Brown.

UKIP Wales leader Neil Hamilton stated, “We are looking forward to welcoming our new team member, Mandy Jones into the group.

UKIP is stronger with an additional member in the National Assembly and on the front foot in Wales.

We are looking forward to 2018, where we will be even more active and vocal, as we continue to stand up for the people of Wales against the cosy Cardiff Bay consensus.”

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