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Independent AM Neil McEvoy has failed in his bid to get re-admitted into Plaid Cymru. He was expelled for 18 months in March but that's been cut to 12 months on appeal.
He'll have to re-apply for membership after that time.
But Mr McEvoy told ITV Wales "this is far from over" and went on to claim he's considering legal action against the party.
A Plaid Cymru spokesperson said:
The Hearing Panel has resolved to uphold the complaints against Neil McEvoy. He is excluded from the party for 12 months. The decision of the Panel is final.