Wales results
60 of 60 seats
31 seats needed for majority

LAB
30
+1
CON
16
+5
PC
13
+1
LD
1
-
GRN
0
-
AWA
0
-
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Drakeford: 'A record of delivery in Wales'

Drakeford: 'A record of delivery in Wales'
Welsh Labour leader Mark Drakeford says the Labour Party's success is, in part, down to "a record of delivery."
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It was a good day for Labour as they held on to power in the Senedd after election counts on Friday.
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How the Welsh Parliamentary election was won
It was just one seat short of a historic majority but Labour retained power in the Senedd - and how!
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'There are no no-go areas' for Greens
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The Wales Green Party failed to win a seat in the Senedd elections but they say they recorded their highest-ever result in Wales.
Leader Anthony Slaughter said the “results demonstrate the appetite for change” across Wales.
Amelia Womack, deputy leader of the Green Party, said: "We seem to be getting votes from all of the parties and support on that regional list as people increase their knowledge of the voting system."
People had two votes at the polls; one for a constituency seat and a second for a regional candidate.
Asked about voters, Ms Womack said they were a mix of people from all walks of life in different communities.
"There are no no-go areas for the Green Party," she told BBC Wales Today.
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BREAKINGSouth Wales Central result
And the final result is in - the South Wales Central regional list.It's two seats for the Welsh Conservatives: Party leader Andrew RT Davies and Joel James.
Plaid Cymru take the last two seats: Rhys ab Owen and Heledd Fychan
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What's the secret behind Labour's success in Wales?
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BREAKINGSouth Wales East result declared
The South Wales East regional results are in.
The Conservatives have won two seats: Laura Anne Jones and Natasha Asghar
Plaid Cymru take the two others: Delyth Jewell and Peredur Owen Griffiths
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Losing Rhondda seat a 'terrible blow' for Plaid
Ben Lake, the Plaid Cymru MP for Ceredigion, said losing its Rhondda seat was a "terrible blow for the party" after its former leader, Leanne Wood, was toppled by Labour.
Her win there in 2016 was one of the major upsets of the last Senedd election but Labour's Buffy Williams overturned it with a 19% swing and a majority of more than 5,000 on Friday.
With 52 of the 60 seats declared, Labour is on 30 - one short of a majority - with the Conservatives on 12, Plaid Cymru nine and the Liberal Democrats one.
Asked if the party could still play a role in a coalition with Labour if required, Mr Lake said it was a "dead duck".
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The Rhondda result came in just before 20:00 on Friday
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'Too early' to talk joining forces
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Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Jane Dodds said it’s "much too early to say" whether she would accept an invitation to be part of the next Welsh government.
The party lost their constituency seat in Brecon and Radnorshire but won a list seat in Mid and West Wales with Ms Dodds heading for the Senedd.
She would not be drawn on any future arrangements in an interview on Dros Frecwast on BBC Radio Cymru and said that no-one from Welsh Labour had been in touch.
“I need to speak to other people within the party and we shall have to see…there are other results to come in," she said.
With 52 of the 60 seats declared, Labour is on 30 - one short of a majority - with the Conservatives on 12, Plaid Cymru nine and the Liberal Democrats one.
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