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Caroline Jones AM

Caroline Jones AM

Title: Commissioner

Party: United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP)

Region: South Wales West

Contact information

Assembly Address: 
National Assembly for Wales
Cardiff Bay
CF99 1NA


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Term of Office

  • 06/05/2016 -

Membership of Cross Party Groups

Additional Information

Key interests and achievements

Caroline suffered from breast cancer in 2007 and has become a ‘buddy’ for cancer sufferers. She continues to fund raise and undertake voluntary work for cancer charities and actively supports a number of animal welfare charities.


Personal history

Caroline was born in south Wales, the daughter of a former Serviceman and granddaughter of a miner. She was educated locally, attending college and university in the region.


Professional background

Caroline was a qualified teacher but left teaching to work in local government, before entering the Prison Service where she managed her own department. Upon leaving the Prison Service, Caroline set up two small businesses and is a local employer.


Political history

Caroline stood for UKIP in the European Election in 2014 and the General Election in 2015 before becoming the lead candidate for the party in the South Wales West Assembly region. Caroline is the UKIP spokesperson on health and wellbeing and she is an Assembly Commissioner.


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