David T. C. Davies

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David T. C. Davies is the Conservative MP for Monmouth. [1] He was first elected in 2005 and at the General Election in May 2010, he more than doubled his majority to over 10,000 votes.

In the 2015 general election, Davies was re-elected once again. He gained 50 per cent of the vote and a majority of 10,982. [2]

Davies is currently chairman of the Welsh Affairs Committee as well as vice-chair of the all-party parliamentary China group and a member of the all-party parliamentary British-German group. [3]


Prior to a career in politics, Davies worked for British Steel as well as the Territorial Army where he served for 18 months as a Gunner with 104 Air Defence Regiment at Raglan Barracks Newport. [3]

In 1999 he helped to set up and run the anti-Welsh Assembly campaign. [3] When the Assembly was established he stood for Monmouthshire and promoted his ideals of being against the whole principle of devolution and promised to oppose further powers and stand for the Union.


  1. David T.C Davies www.parliament, accessed 2 March 2015
  2. election 2015 BBC, accessed 12 May 2015
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 About David David Davies, accessed 2 March 2015