Vote 2011: Welsh Labour in driving seat after election

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Speculation is growing that Labour could seek a deal with another party after falling just short of an absolute majority in the Welsh assembly. Labour won 30 seats after considerable gains, but needed 31 for a clear lead.

Although the Tories had a generally good performance, they suffered the blow of losing their Welsh leader Nick Bourne on the Mid and West Wales regional list.

Both Plaid and the Lib Dems faced disappointment.

BBC Wales election correspondent David Cornock rounds up the night - and day - of political drama.

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