Laura Anne Jones
|Member of the Welsh Assembly|
for South Wales East
1 May 2003 – 3 May 2007
|Preceded by||Phil Williams|
|Succeeded by||Mohammad Asghar|
|Born||2 February 1979|
|Alma mater||University of Plymouth|
She joined the Conservatives in 1996 and was involved in Conservative Future, the party's youth wing.
Elected to the Assembly at the 2003 election to represent South Wales East, she was the youngest member of the Assembly. She was appointed as the Conservative spokeswoman on sport, and sat on the Culture, Sport and Welsh Language, and Local Government and Public Services committees. Her profile was increased when she appeared on the BBC television programme Question Time in February 2004.
Jones lost her seat in the National Assembly in the 2007 Assembly election when Plaid Cymru gained one seat in the South Wales East region at the expense of the Conservatives.
|National Assembly for Wales|
| Assembly Member for South Wales East
2003 – 2007
| Baby of the House
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