Labour say they won't be forming a coalition government but may do deals with other parties to get policies through.
That's exactly what's in its manifesto anticipating the party would not get an overall majority.
Reports that we are actively pursuing a coalition are incorrect. Carwyn Jones has said he will talk to Plaid Cymru and the Liberal Democrats, but that does not constitute coalition talks.
Parties in Wales routinely talk to one another, and there will need to be some level of support to pass budgets and legislation.
Parties may also want discuss the election of a new Presiding Officer and Deputy Presiding Officer, which will take place next week, and must be done before a new Government is formed.
All the polls predicted it and the predictions came true, UKIP managed to win seven seats in the Assembly.
It signals a major breakthrough for the party in Welsh politics and a return for one famous face, Neil Hamilton.
Watch: Richard Morgan looks at the surge in support for UKIP
Our reporter Alexandra Lodge was live at the Senedd this morning to get insider reaction on how the new government will work in Wales and how the main political players will be reacting to the election results.
During the morning, we also discussed what will happen next for the newly elected AM's.
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An ambulance driver whose vehicle was in a crash with another ambulance died at the wheel from a heart attack a post-mortem examination has found.
John Clift died last week on the A499 at Y Ffor, near Pwllheli. Today it was confirmed the 54-year-old's death was due to natural causes.
Mr Clift, a former part-time fireman at Pwllheli, was driving a patient care ambulance when it was in collision with an emergency response vehicle.
In a tribute at the time Welsh ambulance chief executive Tracy Myhill said in a message to staff : ”It’s impossible to put into words the sadness this bring us all.”
The Conservatives take two seats:
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