Huw Edwards is an independant trainer specialising in courses on Understanding Government and Parliament, devolution and public policy. He is an Associate Lecturer at the National School of Government, and Visiting Lecturer in social policy at the University of Brighton.
Huw was first elected to Parliament as the Labour MP for Monmouth following a by-election in May 1991, and although he was defeated at the 192 General Election, he was re-elected to represent the same seat in 1997. Huw served on the Welsh Affairs Select Committee and was Vice Chair of the All Party Groups on Learning Disabilities and Carers.
Huw lives with his wife Tess and stepchildren in the Wye Valley and is currently undertaking a PhD at University College London focusing on devolution and the developing constitutional framework in Wales. huw worls with Wellington Street Partners on a variety of projects, mostly concentrating in infrastructure funding and housing developments in Wales.