Nia Griffith

Nia Griffith

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Nia Griffith

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Nia Rhiannon Griffith (born 4 December 1956) is a British Labour Party politician, who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Llanelli since 2005.


Her family comes from mining villages near Neath, in South Wales. Her father was Professor T. Gwynfor Griffith; her mother was Dr. Rhiannon Howell. She was educated at Newland High School for Girls (now called Newland School For Girls) on Cottingham Road in Hull and Somerville College, Oxford where she graduated with a first class degree in modern languages. After Oxford, she trained to be a teacher (PGCE) at the University of Wales, Bangor. She became a teacher at Queen Elizabeth Cambria School in Carmarthen then Gowerton Comprehensive School in Swansea. She was a member of the NUT. Prior to entering Parliament, she was an education adviser and an Estyn Schools Inspector (the Welsh equivalent of Ofsted) from 1992. Immediately before becoming an MP she was Head of Languages at Morriston Comprehensive School, Swansea. She speaks five languages: English, Welsh, Italian, French and Spanish and has written a book on language teaching.

Political career

Griffith joined the Labour Party in 1981 and has held many posts of...
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