Ruth Jones's policies
Statement to voters
“I joined the Labour Party because I wanted to get involved in developing policies that could make a difference to people’s lives. I have always wanted to help people get a fair deal and to bring a sense of fairness to the whole community. I love knocking on doors and phoning people across Wales to ask their opinions and their voting intentions. I enjoy debating current issues. I want to make a difference.”
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About Ruth Jones
Ruth Lorraine Jones is a British Labour Party politician who has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Newport West since winning the seat at a by-election in April 2019.Read more on Wikipedia
|2019||Newport West: UK Parliament elections||Labour Party||18,977 votes (elected)||2019||Newport West: UK Parliament elections||Labour Party||9,308 votes (elected)||2017||Monmouth: 2017 General Election||Labour Party||Vote count not available||2016||South Wales East: National Assembly for Wales elections (Regions)||Labour Party||Vote count not available||2015||Monmouth: UK Parliament elections||Labour Party||12,719 votes (not elected)|
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