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Andrew RT Davies
Andrew Robert Tudor Davies (born 1968) is a British farmer and politician, who has been a Conservative Party member of the National Assembly for Wales since May 2007.

Davies was born in Newbridge-on-Wye, Radnorshire. He works as a farmer, being a partner in the family farming business based in St Hilary near Cowbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan. He is Vice president of the local Young Farmers Club, and is Chairman of Creative Communities, which seeks to develop structural community development.

Political career
Joining the Conservative Party in 1997, Davies fought Cardiff West in the 2001 general election, and Brecon and Radnorshire in 2005. He has served as Deputy Chairman (Political) for the Conservative Party in South Wales Central, and in March 2006 he was chosen to be the second on the Conservative Party's list for the 2007 election. The Conservative party secured two seats and Davies was therefore elected.

In the Third Assembly he was appointed Shadow Minister for Transport in the National Assembly for Wales.


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