UKIP's Neil Hamilton 'not interested' in leading party
UKIP's Paul Nuttall has stood down as leader of the party after it failed to win any seats in the general election.
He has resigned with immediate effect with former party chairman Steve Crowther taking charge on a interim basis.
Mr Nuttall said it was clear UKIP "requires a new focus and new ideas" but was confident it had a "great future".
Neil Hamilton, who leads UKIP's group of five members of the Welsh Assembly, said he was not interested in becoming the party's national leader.
09 Jun 2017
- From the section Wales politics