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Catch Up: Adrian's Election Bites, Episode 2

On May 5th, Wales will head to the polls for the 2016 Welsh Assembly Election.

This week Adrian meets the leader of UKIP Wales, Nathan Gill.

As part of ITV's Wales Decides 2016 coverage, Political Editor Adrian Masters will be with a different Welsh political leader, helping them prepare a meal whilst discussing the political nuggets they will be serving up as election day approaches.

This week Adrian meets UKIP Wales leader Nathan Gill to discuss his and his parties vision for the country. You can catch up on that episode by clicking here.

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Catch Up: Adrian's Election Bites, Episode 1

On May 5th, Wales will head to the polls for the 2016 Welsh Assembly Election.

This week, Adrian speaks to Welsh Green Party Leader Alice Hooker-Stroud.

As part of ITV's Wales Decides 2016 coverage, Political Editor Adrian Masters will be with a different Welsh political leader, helping them prepare a meal whilst discussing the political nuggets they will be serving up as election day approaches.

This week, Adrian sits down to dinner with the new leader of the Welsh Green Party, Alice Hooker-Stroud. You can catch up on that episode by clicking here.

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How Wales voted

The parties' share of the vote in Wales Credit: ITV Cymru Wales

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.

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