Nia Griffith

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Nia Griffith has been the Labour Party MP for Llanelli since 2005. In parliament, she has served as shadow minister (Business, Innovation and Skills) 2010-11, and shadow minister (Wales) since 2011.[1]

In the 2015 general election in May 2015, Griffith retained her seat with a majority of 7,095. [2]

In September 2015 she retained the post of Shadow Secretary of State for Wales, following Jeremy Corbyn's election. [3]


  • Philip Brady, brother in law. 'Freelance public relations consultant', where he has been declared by Griffith as involved in 'engaged in lobbying the public sector on behalf of a third party or client'.[4]



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  2. Nia Griffiths,, accessed 12 November 2015
  3. Who's who in Corbyn's Shadow Cabinet BBC News, Accessed 16 September 2015
  4. Parliament Publications Register of Members’ Financial Interests as at 13 July 2015, accessed 23 July 2015.
  5. National Secular Society Our Honorary Associates. Accessed 20 September 2015.
  6. 'Water and Safety and Drowning Prevention Register',, accessed 11 November 2015