Neil Hamilton has rebuffed suggestions that his party is divided over his appointment today as UKIP Wales's new group leader.
He said former group leader and Wales party leader Nathan Gill was "obviously very disappointed" but that they would continue to work together well. He also said that UKIP's UK leader Nigel Farage's comments today that his appointment was "unjust and a deep act of betrayal" were irrelevant. Here is Andrea Byrne's full interview with him:
Earlier this week leader Nigel Farage described Neil Hamilton's appointment as 'unjust and a deep act of betrayal'.
It's the first time all sixty newly elected Assembly Members will meet at the Senedd. The position of First Minister will also be announced.
Carwyn Jones holds meetings with opposition leaders as he seeks to become First Minister again after the Welsh election