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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood says there should be an early UK General Election, on the grounds that Theresa May doesn't have a democratic mandate. Ms Wood claims that the expected appointment of the new Conservative leader as Prime Minister "shows a disregard for democracy".
It is a matter of principle that the most powerful political position in the UK should be elected to his or her role as a result of a fairly contested election.
That is why I support an immediate UK-wide election to allow people to have their say as to who they believe is best placed to lead the UK through these testing, challenging times.
With Labour and the Tories engulfed by chaos and division, Plaid Cymru is putting forward the vision and values needed to take our country forward.
Plaid Cymru politicians would never abdicate their responsibilities to people in Wales in the same way as Brexit's so-called leaders have.
Questions have been raised over the appointment of the assistant chief constable of South Wales Police.
While working for Merseyside Police, Nikki Holland was given the job of leading an investigation into the Welsh force's role in a miscarriage of justice.
Three men from Cardiff spent a decade in jail after being wrongly convicted of killing newsagent Phillip Saunders in 1987.
Plaid Cymru MP Elfyn Llwyd has written to the Home Secretary asking if it was appropriate that Ms Holland was given the job as the report into the case she led has not yet been published.
Mr Llwyd said he is 'rather concerned' about the situation.
Deputy Chief Constable Matt Jukes of South Wales Police said:
“Following a thorough and robust investigation, this work was completed in April 2012 around two years before Ms Holland applied for her current position.
"In November 2012, the CPS independently reached the conclusion that there was insufficient evidence to bring charges against anyone in this matter."