As Conservatives in Wales celebrate their best general election result in thirty years David Cameron promised more devolved powers to Wales in a speech as he returned to Downing Street as Prime Minister.
Mr Cameron said he would implement "as fast as I can" the devolution agreed for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Welsh Conservatives had their best Westminster election since 1983, winning 11 seats, three more than in 2010.
Brecon and Radnorshire was not a surprise win, but the Labour seats of Gower and Vale of Clwyd in north Wales were shock gains.
At Downing Street Mr Cameron said he would implement "as fast as I can" the devolution agreed for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Secretary of State for Wales Stephen Crabb said the result was "stunning".
Watch: Alexandra Lodge reports from Brecon where the party celebrated: