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Welsh Government sources say David Cameron has told Carwyn Jones that he expects the Queen's Speech to include a Wales Bill devolving further powers to the Welsh Government and Assembly.
The Prime Minister and First Minister had a "cordial" phone conversation, in which David Cameron seemed surprised by suggestions from opposition parties that the bill won't be included in the legislative programme read out by the Queen at the State Opening of Parliament.
The two men are said to have spoken about the work they need to do together to secure the future of the United Kingdom, as well as other devolution issues. Carwyn Jones will meet Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb later this week for the first time since the election.
Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb told reporters "I'm staying in Wales" as he left Downing Street just after 3pm. His reappointment has now also appeared on the Prime Minister's website.
The frontrunner to become Liberal Democrat leader has thanked the Welsh Lib Dem leader for her support.Kirsty Williams endorsed Tim Farron in a joint statement with the party's Scottish leader. Mr Farron, a former president of the Liberal Democrats, took to twitter to thank her.
Rhondda MP Chris Bryant has been appointed Shadow Culture Secretary by the acting Labour Leader, Harriet Harman, who did the job herself under Ed Miliband. Mr Bryant has been a vocal critic in the last few days of Labour's election campaign. Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith has kept his job in the reshuffle.
Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams has backed the party's president, Tim Farron, to be its next leader at Westminster. He's one of just eight MPs who survived the Lib Dems' disastrous election night last week.
Kirsty Williams issued a joint statement this morning with the party's Scottish leader, Willie Rennie, who's also backing Tim Farron.
Welsh Labour's disappointment at its performance last night is underlined by its share of the vote -37% is just 0.5% better than in 2010. And despite the Conservatives' gains in seats, their 27% share was just 1% up. Plaid Cymru also recorded a 1% improvement to 12% but saw no change in seats. There was a dramatic shift in support for UKIP. 13.5% is up 11% on five years ago, though the party won no seats in Wales. On the other hand the Liberal Democrats collapsed by 13.5% to 6.5% but still managed to hang on to one seat.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage has resigned as leader of his party after failing to be elected as an MP but says Ukip now has its sights set on doing well at the Welsh Assembly elections in 2016.
Ukip did not win a single seat in Wales. However, the party came second in several areas and had the third largest overall number of votes in Wales.
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