A man who murdered a woman he had a relationship with has been jailed for life.
On 5 January, John Paul Lewis was drinking at a pub in Briton Ferry, before going to Terrie-Ann Jones' home and stabbing her 26 times.
After this, he returned to the pub to continue drinking before handing himself in at Sandfields Police Station in Port Talbot later that night.
He claimed he was acting in self-defence.
A judge at Swansea Crown Court said Lewis would have to serve a minimum term of 19 years.
South Wales Police have shared the 999 call John Lewis made to them where he admitted to killing Terrie-Ann:
- Live Fear Free - All Wales Abuse and Violence Helpline: 0808 8010 800