|Shadow Minister for Education|
|Assumed office |
|Leader||Andrew RT Davies|
|Preceded by||Nick Bourne|
|Member of the Welsh Assembly|
for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire
|Assumed office |
3 May 2007
|Preceded by||Christine Gwyther|
|Residence||Pembrokeshire & Cardiff|
|Committees||Chair of Finance Committee 2008-2011, Member of Equality of Opportunity Committee, Children's Committee, Environment & Sustainability Committee. Currently Member of Children, Young People & Education Committee 2010-date|
|Portfolio||Commissioner for the National Assembly for Wales|
Burns was from an English family and brought up in several foreign countries. She went into business after leaving school, working for companies such as Waitrose, Thorn EMI and Asda and becoming a Director of some other companies. She later moved to Pembrokeshire with her husband and became active in politics.
In recent times she has become involved with local issues in south Pembrokeshire, particularly the proposed downgrading of the two District Hospitals of Glangwili and Withybush. No such downgrading has occurred.
She defeated the sitting Labour Party member Christine Gwyther by only 98 votes, and Plaid Cymru's John Dixon by 250 votes, in a very close three-way contest in the 2007 Assembly election. She was the Shadow Minister for Finance and Public Sector Delivery from 11 July 2007 to 16 June 2008, and became the Shadow Minister for Transport and Regeneration on 22 October 2008.
- "Member Profile". National Assembly for Wales.
- "Greasy wops slur Tory is general election candidate". Wales Online. 2008-10-22. Retrieved 2008-11-07.
- Media related to Angela Burns at Wikimedia Commons
- Member Profile at the National Assembly for Wales
- Personal website
|National Assembly for Wales|
| Assembly Member for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire
| Shadow Minister for Finance and Public Service Delivery
11 July 2007 to 16 June 2008
| Shadow Minister for Transport and Regeneration
from 22 October 2008
| Shadow Minister for Education
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