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Summary

  1. General election ends in a hung Parliament
  2. Theresa May says she will form a government with the support of the DUP
  3. Labour take back Gower, Cardiff North and Vale of Clwyd from the Conservatives
  4. Welsh Labour leader Carwyn Jones calls it "the most remarkable turnaround I have seen in politics"
  5. Liberal Democrats left without a Welsh MP for the first time since 1859
  6. Turnout was 68.5% - up 2.9% on 2015
  7. In Wales, Labour won 28 seats, Conservatives eight and Plaid Cymru four

Live Reporting

By Sophie Gidley, Nicola Bryan and Ben Frampton

All times stated are UK

  1. It's goodbye from us

    Well, what a night that was! From that shock exit poll to Theresa May and the Conservatives joining forces with the DUP in order to form a government.

    We hope you've enjoyed our live coverage and you can keep up to date with the latest political fallout in Wales here.

    Theresa May and her husband Philip May walk into 10 Downing Street
  2. Anti-abortion criticism

    Plaid Cymru's Arfon AM, Sian Gwenllian, has strongly criticised the DUP, the party from Northern Ireland which will support Theresa May's Conservatives and allow her to form a government.

    Ms Gwenllian described the DUP as "anti-abortion, anti-LGBT rights and climate change deniers".

    Sian Gwenllian
  3. Labour manifesto 'a turning point'

    Re-elected Aberavon MP Stephen Kinnock said Jeremy Corbyn had shown leadership and judgement in the manifesto he put forward.

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    Video caption: Stephen Kinnock said Labour 'radical but realistic'
  4. Theresa May to form government

    After her visit to the Queen, Theresa May says she will form a government to guide Britain through Brexit negotiations.

    Theresa May
  5. Aston Martin wants a speedy resolution

    Car manufacturer Aston Martin, which is due to open a plant in Vale of Glamorgan, wants a "rapid and decisive policy direction".

    Chief executive Andy Palmer said it was needed to "ensure that business can continue to invest for the long-term growth and ensure the global competitiveness of the British economy".

    An Aston Martin DBX
    Image caption: Aston Martin plans to build its DBX model in St Athan
  6. Lib Dem leader's tribute to Mark Williams

    Tim Farron
    Quote Message: A powerful voice for Wales, Ceredigion and rural communities everywhere from Tim Farron Leader of the Liberal Democrats
    Tim FarronLeader of the Liberal Democrats
  7. Deep roots torn out

    Ouch, it was a tough night for the Liberal Democrats - the party has no MP in Wales for the first time since it formed in 1859.

    The only Lib Dem MP, Mark Williams, was defeated in Ceredigion.

    The Welsh Liberal Democrats have previously boasted on their website: "The Welsh Liberal Democrats have the deepest roots of any Welsh political party."

    Mark Williams, holding a stamp featuring former prime minister Lloyd George, has lost his seat
    Image caption: Mark Williams, holding a stamp featuring former prime minister Lloyd George, lost his seat
  8. No silver lining on second place cloud

    Welsh Conservatives leader Andrew RT Davies reflects on a disappointing night for his party.

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    Video caption: "No prizes for coming second" - Andrew RT Davies
  9. Warning over business uncertainty

    Welsh businesses call for political stability in light of the results

    Money

    Liz Maher, president of the South and Mid Wales Chambers of Commerce, said: "The electorate's split decision yesterday adds further uncertainty for the business community already grappling with currency fluctuations, rising costs and an unknown future trading relationship with Europe and the wider world."

    Liz Maher
    Image caption: Liz Maher said businesses face uncertainty over Brexit "on a daily basis"

    Janet Jones, chairwoman of the Federation of Small Businesses policy unit, added: "We would urge our new MPs from across the parties to prioritise an early dialogue with smaller businesses throughout their constituencies to help mitigate the impacts of any short-term uncertainty."