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Senedd21: Tim Jenkins | UKIP | Aberavon

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TIM JENKINS
UKIP CANDIDATE – ABERAVON

1. Tell us about yourself:

I was born and brought up in Pembrokeshire. Following School, I served an Engineering Apprenticeship on Merseyside, spending nearly forty years, in the Merchant Navy. Working through the Ranks on various types of ship, I became Chief Engineer, on Large Passenger Liners. 

Since joining UKIP, in 2000, I have devoted much time, to opposing our Membership of the European Union and highlighting the Failings of the Welsh Assembly. With a life long interest in all things nautical,  my time is spent, boating and Fishing, whilst taking a keen interest in the Commercial Fishing Industry. Am also a keen Swans Fan.

2. What is the most important thing you think the Senedd should do in the next five years?

I will be working to bring about the Scrapping of the Senedd, at the earliest opportunity. In the meanwhile, the Cardiff Bay Politicians, need to wake up and start working for all of Wales. Wales, doesn’t end, when the M4 reaches Cardiff ! A lot of ‘levelling up’ of Regions, needs to be done.

For Wales to succeed, we need an International Standard Infrastructure, from Roads, Railways and Ports, to Broadband Connectivity. Whilst we need to broaden our use of ‘Renewable’ Energy Resources, we must take care, ensuring that we take into account, the Environmental Impact of these schemes.

3. What will you do for your constituency/region if elected?

I will work as hard as possible, for the entire South Wales West Region. My priority, will be ensuring, that the Region receives the very best in Support and it’s fair share of Investment. Recovery from the Pandemic, must be a priority, with the needs of Business and Industry, understood and met. 

The Youth of the Region, need a bright future and encouragement to better themselves. Real Jobs and Proper Training are essential for this. I am keen to encourage Trade Apprenticeship Schemes, rather than University based Theoretical Courses, which are of no use to Industry or to the Student.

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