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Former Lib Dem AM William Powell described the election as "little short of a catastrophe".Read the full story ›
Labour took 49% of Welsh votes, 3% more than our final opinion poll. Conservative, Plaid Cymru and Lib Dem support was even nearer our poll.Read the full story ›
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Welsh Labour are hailing their best vote share since 1997 and three seats gained in Gower, Vale of Clwyd and Cardiff North. Party sources are claiming that the very distinct campaigns fought by Carwyn Jones and Jeremy Corbyn jointly delivered a result beyond expectations.
They say Welsh Labour’s campaign, led by Carwyn Jones, connected positively with voters across Wales, while Labour’s UK campaign, led by Jeremy Corbyn, was hugely effective, especially in energising 18 – 24 year olds who voted in unprecedented numbers.
Recount in Preseli Pembrokeshire. Stephen Crabb said to be ahead.
There's a recount underway in Ceredigion, where Plaid Cymru have been narrowly ahead. If the recount confirms that result, it will mean that despite a slump in support in much of Wales, Plaid will have increased its number of MPs from three to four. The Liberal Democrats would be left with no Welsh MPs. The Lib Dems and their predecessors have always had Welsh representation at Westminster since the Victorian era.
Lib Dems could lose their only Welsh seat. Another recount has been called in Ceredigion. Plaid Cymru say they're 150 votes ahead.
Conservatives are conceding Cardiff North will be lost to Labour.
A terrible night for the Conservatives looks set to get worse. I'm told Labour look set to take Gower back with 2.5 -3k majority
Could Lib Dems lose only Welsh seat? Ceredigion is still too close to call, according to Plaid source. 'Recount territory'