PCC elections: Labour 'concedes loss' in Gwent and North Wales

Political Editor Adrian Masters tweets that Welsh Labour is acknowledges it has lost both the Gwent and North Wales Police & Crime Commissioner elections, along with Dyfed Powys.

In Gwent, he adds, "it now looks inevitable" that independent candidate Ian Johnston, a former superintendent, will win.

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Police Commissioners start work

Wales' four elected Police Commissioners will officially begin their new roles today. The job involves deciding police budgets, appointing chief constables and setting up a crime plan for their area.