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Labour make gains while Lib Dems are wiped out

Labour gained Cardiff North, Vale of Clwyd and Gower from the Conservatives, winning their highest share of the Welsh vote since Tony Blair's first landslide victory in 1997.

The Liberal Democrats were wiped out after Mark Williams lost the Ceredigion seat to Plaid Cymru.

Final seats: Labour - 28 Conservatives - 8 Plaid Cymru - 4

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Poll analysis gives Tories hope in north-east Wales

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Analysis of the exit poll by Prof John Curtice of the University of Strthclyde suggests that north east Wales could buck the Conservative to Labour swing. He gives the Tories a better than 95% chance of winning four Welsh seats.

  • Wrexham 99% chance of a Conservative victory
  • Delyn 98% chance of a Conservative victory
  • Clwyd South 97% chance of a Conservative victory
  • Alyn & Deeside 97% chance of a Conservative victory

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