Do our new Police Commissioners have a right to govern?

The Electoral Commission is investigating the low turnout for the Police and Crime Commissioner elections. In one polling station in Newport not a single vote was cast and in Gwent overall turnout was just 14.3%.

Two Independent candidates were elected in Wales. Ian Johnston says he just wants to get on with the job. Hannah Thomas reports.


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.