Biography

Michelle Brown is a British politician elected to the National Assembly for Wales in 2016 for the United Kingdom Independence Party.

Brown grew up in Mostyn and was educated at St Richard Gwyn Catholic High School, Flint, and at convents in Holywell and Holyhead. She graduated with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Law and a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from Staffordshire University.

Michelle believes that north Wales can prosper, if given a fair chance, and she is passionate about fighting for the area to get the attention and investment it deserves. She states that she is a plain speaker and ‘will say it as it is – plain and simple.’

Prior to becoming an Assembly member, Michelle worked as a legal advisor in the engineering sector, working for a global company dealing with a range of high value contracts.

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My views in the Senedd

Welsh Assembly Speeches

The Cost of a Labour run NHS in Wales
The Cost of a Labour run NHS in Wales

I recently took part in a debate in the Welsh Assembly to oppose the ridiculous proposal by Betsi Cadwalladr to water down the standards of the nurses who are employed there. Betsi Cadwalladr has been directly run by the Welsh Labour Government for years, giving us a brilliant illustration of the cost of the Labour Party to our NHS in Wales.

Fixing Business Rates and Rate Relief in Wales
Fixing Business Rates and Rate Relief in Wales

I recently questioned the Minister for Finance whether the Welsh Government could play more of a role in assisting councils and small and medium-sized businesses in the area of business rates and business rate relief. Our town centre’s are dying and I feel as if the Welsh Government could be doing much more to reverse this trend.

Should Wales ban puppy farming in its entirety?
Should Wales ban puppy farming in its entirety?

The recent BBC documentary into Wales puppy farming has proven that the regulations set by the Welsh Government aren’t working. Is it not time that we ended this foul practice in its entirety and moved to ban puppy farming in Wales? Unfortunately, it would seem the Minister doesn’t agree.

My guiding principles

As your AM I will

Fight for a clean exit from the European Union

Support the existence of the Welsh Assembly

Further protect the rights of animals

Reduce the red-tape on small businesses

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