- David Lloyd (Welsh politician)
David Lloyd AM Member of the Welsh Assembly
for South Wales West
6 May 1999 – 30 March 2011
Preceded by New Assembly Succeeded by Byron Davies Personal details Born 2 December 1956
Political party Plaid Cymru Spouse(s) Catherine Lloyd Alma mater University of Wales
Dr David Rees Lloyd (known as Dai Lloyd) (born in Tywyn, Gwynedd, 2 December 1956) is a Welsh politician. He has a wife Catherine, and they have 3 children. He was the Plaid Cymru National Assembly for Wales Member for South Wales West from 1999 to 2011.
Dr Lloyd is a graduate of the University of Wales, College of Medicine, Cardiff (1980). MB BCh (1980) MRCGP (1989) Dip. Ther (1995). Awarded an Honorary Fellowship, FRCGP, by the Royal College of Physicians in 2001.
A General Practitioner by profession. Member of the Medical Society, BMA a RCGP (Royal College of GP's); Member of the Welsh Council of the RCGP since 1992. Lay preacher since 1992, and Deacon since 1994; Chairperson, Mudiad Ysgolion Meithrin West Glamorgan 1993-1995 (vice-Chair MYM 1991-1993); Honorary vice-President Alzheimer's Disease Society in Swansea and Lliw Valley. Dr Lloyd also had a weekly, live TV Medical slot on Heno, S4C from 1995-1999.
He was the National Assembly for Wales Member for South Wales West from 1999 until 2011, when Plaid failed to win the second seat on the regional list. Her served as Shadow Finance Minister for Plaid Cymru in the National Assembly.
National Assembly for Wales Preceded by
Assembly Member for South Wales West
Current members of the National Assembly of Wales Labour (30)Leighton Andrews · Mick Antoniw · (Rosemary Butler) · Christine Chapman · Jeffrey Cuthbert · Alun Davies · Keith Davies · Mark Drakeford · Carwyn Jones · Rebecca Evans · Vaughan Gething · Janice Gregory · John Griffiths · Lesley Griffiths · Edwina Hart · Mike Hedges · Jane Hutt · Julie James · Ann Jones · Huw Lewis · Sandy Mewies · Julie Morgan · Lynne Neagle · Gwyn R Price · Jenny Rathbone · David Rees · Carl Sargeant · Ken Skates · Gwenda Thomas · Joyce Watson Conservatives (14) Plaid Cymru (11) Liberal Democrats (5)Presiding Officer: Rosemary Butler
Bold = Party leaders
Plaid Cymru Leadership LeaderIeuan Wyn Jones (2006–present) Assembly Group Leader
(party leader since 2006)
(Party leader pre-2003)Lewis Valentine (1925–1926) · Saunders Lewis (1926–1939) · John Edward Daniel (1939–1943) · Abi Williams (1943–1945) · Gwynfor Evans (1945–1981) · Dafydd Wigley (1981–1984) · Dafydd Elis-Thomas (1984–1991) · Dafydd Wigley (1991–2000) · Ieuan Wyn Jones (2000–2003) · Dafydd Iwan (2003–2010) · Jillian Evans (2010–present)
(chief executive)Phil Williams (1970–1976) · Ieuan Wyn Jones (1980–1982) Dafydd Iwan (1982–1984) · Syd Morgan (1984–1990) · Ieuan Wyn Jones (1990–1992) · John Dixon (1992–1994) · Jillian Evans (1994–1996) · Marc Phillips (1996–2000) · Elin Jones (2000–2002) · John Dixon (2002–2010) · Gwenllian Lansdown (2010–2011) · Rhuanedd Richards (2011–present)
Honorary PresidentDafydd Wigley (2001–present) Parliamentarians Members of the Welsh Assembly Members of the European Parliament
Eurig Wyn (1999–2004) ·FormerEurig Wyn (1999–2004)CurrentJillian Evans (1999-)
History of Plaid Cymru FoundersByddin Ymreolwyr Cymru
(The Welsh Home Rule Army)Moses Gruffydd · Fred Jones · Lewis ValentineY Mudiad Cymreig
(The Welsh Movement)Other co-founders
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