In for the count.
The picture hasn't shifted much in local councils – but that will cause concern in Labour and sighs of relief among Conservatives.
First minister Carwyn Jones casts his vote.
All eyes were on the race for second place in the 2016 Welsh Assembly elections.
Pressing the flesh.
Spoiler alert: we already know the winner.
Let the campaigns begin.
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The choice of the 'establishment' campaign has irked others in the Eurosceptic camp.
Charles I attempts to arrest five members of Parliament in 1642.
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The idea that only Parliament should set British laws emerged to protect the people from the King.
The latest polls predict Ukip taking seats in every Welsh Assembly constituency.
Until now, the National Assembly for Wales elections have been a four party race. But there's a surprising new force on the scene.
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Interviews with members of the white-working class show that most welcome difference and diversity.
Reclaiming the homeland.
Furious nativist radicals are on the march – but are they really all birds of a feather?
Two sceptics, but there can be only one campaign.
There are two groups vying to lead the Brexit camp but only one can become the official lead campaign.
Farage and Banks: quit with them, not the other lot?
Only one group can lead the official campaign to leave the EU and a fierce rivalry is emerging to secure the title.
Is that clear?
The new question risks leading voters down an uncertain path.
As Cameron renegotiates, academics should be at the heart of the debate.
UKIP has criticised a group of EU-funded professors for not being impartial commentators in referendum debates.
Nationalism: it’s a more complex picture than you think.
Conservative political parties did not conjure up English nationalism, they capitalised on a growing trend.
Aflame with controversy.
UKIP will rise (and possibly fall) on Farage's "personality cult".
A weekend off and he’s ready for another round.
Party leader sees resignation rejected as the EU referendum approaches.
Will the system be different by 2020?
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Parliamentary log-jam, unwilling backbenchers and Conservative preference for first-past-the-post make reform unlikely.
Ed Miliband’s Labour Party gained a swing twice as big as the Conservatives did but lost seats, leading him to resign.
Labour, UKIP and the Greens all gained much bigger swings than the Conservatives, but were election losers. The first-past-the-post system let the Tories pick up a swag of seats with a 0.8% swing.
And the contenders for Labour leader are…
Three parties must now choose new leaders. Labour has a number of candidates jockeying for position.
UKIP won 12.6% of the vote share, but only one seat – not Nigel Farage’s.
With 63% of the country not voting Tory, the result throws up its own question of legitimacy.
A new era.
The Conservative Party looks set to do even better than the surprising exit polls predicted, but the real glory in this election lies with the small parties. The SNP have virtually wiped the main parties…