Nathan Gill was a Member of the National Assembly for Wales
between May 2016 and December 2017. This was his biography at the time he left.
Nathan’s family moved to Anglesey when he was a child. He
attended Ysgol Gymuned Llanerch-y-Medd, followed by secondary and further
education in schools and colleges there. After college, Nathan took over the
family business, providing care for the elderly, before entering politics.
Nathan is married with five children; all of whom attend
Welsh-medium schools. Nathan has a keen interest in WW1 history, reading,
gardening and is a self-confessed sun worshipper.
Nathan has been campaigning and supporting UKIP since 2004
and has stood in various local and national elections as a candidate for the
party. Nathan was elected as UKIP MEP for Wales in 2014. In light of the
success of the 2014 European Election, Nathan Gill was made UKIP Leader in
Wales at the UKIP Wales Autumn Conference, held in Margam in December 2014.
In August 2016, Nathan left the UKIP group in the National
Assembly for Wales and became an Independent Assembly Member.