Winston James Griffiths, OBE (born 11 February 1943), known as Win Griffiths, is a former teacher  and politician, who served as a Member of the European Parliament for South Wales from 1979–1989 and as Member of Parliament for Bridgend from 1987–2005 for the Labour Party.
|Member of Parliament |
11 June 1987 – 11 April 2005
|Preceded by||Peter Hubbard-Miles|
|Succeeded by||Madeleine Moon|
|Member of the European Parliament |
for South Wales
10 June 1979 – 15 June 1989
|Preceded by||Constituency Created|
|Succeeded by||Wayne David|
|Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales|
May 1997  – 29 July 1998
Alongside Peter Hain
|Preceded by||Gwilym Jones & Jonathan Evans |
|Succeeded by||Jon Owen Jones|
|Born||11 February 1943|
He held a number of front bench roles in opposition and was appointed a Parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Welsh Office by Tony Blair in May 1997, but left government after the July 1998 reshuffle. After leaving government he chaired the Welsh Grand Committee and retired from parliament in 2005.
- "Win Griffiths". 21 October 2002.
- "NHS Trusts (Running Costs): 18 Jun 1997: House of Commons debates".
- "BBC NEWS | Special Report | 1998 | 07/98 | Cabinet reshuffle | New faces join government".
- "Complaint over ex-MP's health job". June 2005.
- "Rugby legend Martyn Williams honoured with MBE in New Year Honours List". 31 December 2011.
| Member of European Parliament for South Wales
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
| Member of Parliament for Bridgend
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