Aberavon MP Stephen Kinnock has said he believes Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn should resign in the wake of the Brexit vote.
It comes after Mr Corbyn sacked Hilary Benn as shadow foreign secretary after reports he was co-ordinating a movement to unseat the party leader.
Jeremy Corbyn said has no intention of stepping down as leader of the Labour party, a spokesman said today.
Mr Kinnock told Sky News' Dermot Murnaghan that the party needs a 'hard-headed negotiator'.
I think that what we need now is a hard-headed negotiator. Jeremy is a man of enormous integrity and decency and he has been very effective as a campaigner on issues that he has got a real interest in campaigning on for many, many years.
The job description has changed, these Brexit negotiations are going to dominate British politics for the next three, five, ten years and we need a Leader of the Opposition who really understands that in terms of how the EU is going to work and also ensuring that we’ve got a co-ordinated approach
He added that the job to lead the opposition party following the EU referendum has 'changed completely'.
"These are extraordinary times, unique and unprecedented and the leader of the Labour party has to reflect that".
Mr Kinnock also added he did not consider himself as a candidate for the role.
There are lots of very, very talented people in very senior positions. I’ve only been an MP for one year, the key thing now is to look at what the candidates have got to say, set their stall out and what I think is very important is that they frame that in the context of Brexit."
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Wales' First Minister Carwyn Jones says he believes the newly elected Conservative Government will do away with the post of Welsh Secretary at the cabinet table.
Speaking to ITV Cymru Wales Mr Jones said he didn't believe the Tories would appoint ministers for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland but would appoint a single minister to cover all three nations.
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Conservative James Davies, who has taken the Vale of Clwyd seat previously held by Labour's Chris Ruane, has tweeted his thanks.
Conservative gain from Labour with majority of 237! Thank you so much all.
Vale of Clwyd was a shock win for the Tories, along with Gower.
Looks like it's five Tory MPs named Davies in Wales - Glyn, David, Chris, James and Byron.
There are also two for Labour - Geraint Davies and Huw Irranca-Davies.
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The symbolic significance of Gower going Conservative is hard to overstate. It has been a Labour seat since before the First World War, electing one of the party's first MPs. Labour have sometimes been at risk of losing it since much of the Swansea Valley was taken out of the constituency in 1983 and there was Conservative optimism at the start of the 2015 campaign. They launched the Welsh campaign in Rhosili on the tip of the peninsular but had become more cautious about their prospects recently. Labour certainly thought that they had done enough.