Andrew RT Davies says he has the unanimous backing of the Conservative party in Wales to continue to lead it in the Assembly, despite election disappointment.
There'd been speculation that he would step down or face a challenge after the Conservatives lost three seats in the Senedd and failed to win other targets.
He's been telling our Political Editor Adrian Masters that he asked AMs, MPs and party activists if he should continue to lead or step down. Here's the interview in full:
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