Labour 'will govern Wales alone', says Carwyn Jones

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Labour will go it alone to form a government in the Welsh assembly, Carwyn Jones has confirmed.

The Welsh Labour leader said talks with other parties in Cardiff would continue over the coming weeks and months.

Labour fell one seat short of the outright majority it wanted at last week's assembly election.

Mr Jones said Labour "clearly won this election" with 30 of the 60 seats, but there would be no "triumphalism or tribalism" from his party.

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