Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has spoken to ITV Wales Political Editor Adrian Masters about the row over who chooses the Welsh and Scottish members of Labour's National Executive Committee.
Corbyn: 'There WILL be a Welsh member of [Labour] NEC. It's up to the party to decide how and who best represents the party in Wales.'
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The new leader of UKIP Diane James says Neil Hamilton is the leader of UKIP in Wales.
Diane James told ITV News she wants Nathan Gill to concentrate on his role as an UKIP MEP.
She was in Wales having one on one meetings with UKIP AMs after months of internal tensions between Neil Hamilton and Nathan Gill.
New UKIP leader Diane James is due to visit the Senedd later today.
She took over from former leader Nigel Farage at the party's recent conference in Bournemouth.
It is expected that James will meet with each of UKIP's Assembly members individually, in an attempt to heal the ongoing rift between the Leader of the group at the Assembly Neil Hamilton and Nathan Gill.
Mr Gill, although the Leader of the party in Wales and a UKIP Member of the European Parliament, sits independently from the UKIP group at the Assembly.
The split was caused after the group put pressure on Nathan Gill to choose between the two jobs which he has been unwilling to do.
Labour will commit itself to a multi-billion pound pledge to make up any shortfalls in funding for deprived regions and communities resulting from Britain's departure from the European Union.
The promise, to be announced today at the party's annual conference in Liverpool by shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, guarantees that future Labour governments will match EU structural funding currently worth 10.8 billion euros (£9.3 billion) from 2014 to 2020.
Wales would be likely to benefit from the scheme. Currently it is allocated 2.4 billion euros (£2.1bn) under the current seven-year programme.
Owen Smith has failed in his bid to become the leader of the Labour party.
However a new polls shows the Pontypridd MP won a clear majority of votes from members who joined the party before last year's general election.
The poll says that Corbyn enjoyed an overwhelming lead among members who joined Labour during and after last year's leadership election.
He was re-elected after getting more than 60% of the vote overall.
The result was announced at the party's conference in Liverpool this morning, and our Political Editor Adrian Masters was there
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has responded to Labour's leadership election result by claiming that 'chaos and infighting' in the party will lead to 'a decade of decline under Tory rule in Westminster.'
She went on to say that the only alternative is to give Wales more self-rule.
This leaves us facing the prospect of a Tory UK Government in London, that Wales has not voted for, doing its worst for the people in this country.
It is not often I agree with the MP for Pontypridd, but when he said that a victory for Jeremy Corbyn would condemn the UK to a decade of Tory cuts, it is difficult to see how he is wrong.
The only alternative to this now is a much a stronger devolution settlement for Wales and greater self-rule.
Labour have shown that they are unable to govern in Wales - just look at their poor outcomes after seventeen years of leading the Government - and this leadership contest has demonstrated how they are unable to act as a united and strong opposition in Westminster.
The case for our nation to be empowered with the tools that will allow people here to have a greater say on matters which affect their daily lives has never been stronger.
A Welsh Conservative spokesperson has described Jeremy Corbyn's re-election as 'another chapter in the protracted saga of the Labour party's decline' and predicted 'more infighting, more division, more chaos.'
The spokesperson added that Mr Corbyn's leadership causes big problems for Welsh Labour.
For Carwyn Jones, Corbyn’s re-election is the devil’s luck. He has steadfastly refused to back him and once even suggested he should stand down.
The two men agree on very little and Corbyn is rumoured to have drawn up a so-called ‘hit list’ of Welsh Labour officials who opposed his re-election, so a Sword of Damocles now hangs over Labour’s future in Wales.
Labour remain disunited, chaotic and incapable of forging a better future for Wales and the UK. It’s crystal clear that only the Conservatives, led by Theresa May, can deliver a country that works for everyone - not just the privileged few.
The defeated Labour leadership candidate, Owen Smith, says Labour remains divided despite the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as party leader. But he says it's up to Mr Corbyn to 'heal those divisions.'
The Pontypridd MP failed to persuade Labour members that he should take over the top job.
You can read his full statement below:
I want to congratulate Jeremy Corbyn on his clear win in this leadership contest. There is no doubt that the Labour Party has changed under his leadership, he has mobilised huge numbers of people over the last 12 months, many of whom are here at Conference in Liverpool, and he deserves the credit for that, and for winning this contest so decisively.
I am humbled by the more than 193,000 members, supporters and trade union members who have put their faith in me and I want to say a big thank you to them. It has been a privilege to meet so many of you, who have given so much of your lives to Labour, and I promise to continue to work for what we all believe in. It has been a huge honour for me to stand for leader of our great party and I am also deeply grateful to my Parliamentary colleagues for nominating me.
I entered this race because I didn’t think Jeremy was providing the leadership we needed, and because I felt we must renew our party to win back the voters' trust and respect. However, I fully accept and respect the result and I will reflect carefully on it and on what role I might play in future to help Labour win again for the British people.
I have no time for talk of a split in the Labour movement - it's Labour or nothing for me. And although today's result shows that our movement remains divided, it now falls primarily to Jeremy Corbyn, as Labour Leader, to heal those divisions and to unite our movement. We have to turn round our dire opinion poll ratings and take on this right wing, failing Tory Government. Jeremy has won this contest. He now has to win the country and he will have my support in trying to do so.
Above all, despite present divisions, we have to stick together in for the long term. I call on those party members disappointed by the result and tempted to look elsewhere to stay with Labour and to stay involved. Let’s work together to renew this movement and take the fight to the Tories.
I want to say thank you to my campaign team, and particular my wonderful campaign chairs, Kate Green, Heidi Alexander, and Lisa Nandy.
I want to thank Iain McNicol, the Labour Party staff and ERS who have all worked tirelessly and professionally during this contest.
And, most importantly, I want to thank my family who have made huge sacrifices for me during this campaign and in recent years. I’m going to be at Conference today and tomorrow before returning home to Wales to spend some precious time with them.