James Davies (politician)
|Member of Parliament|
for Vale of Clwyd
8 May 2015 – 3 May 2017
|Preceded by||Chris Ruane|
|Succeeded by||Chris Ruane|
|Born||27 February 1980|
St Asaph, Wales, UK
|Alma mater||Christ's College, Cambridge|
James Michael Davies is a former British Conservative Party politician. In the 2015 general election, he was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Vale of Clwyd with 39% of the vote, ahead of incumbent Chris Ruane of Labour who gained 38.4%. Ruane had held the seat for 18 years, but Davies earned 237 more votes.
Davies was born in St Asaph in his constituency, tracing his lineage there back seven generations. He was educated at the private King's School, Chester and Christ's College, Cambridge. He is a General Practitioner specialising in dementia. Davies was elected to Prestatyn council in 2004. He is married to Nina and they have two young sons. Davies lost his seat in the 2017 United Kingdom general election.
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for Vale of Clwyd
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