Leanne Wood in Rhondda
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Plaid Cymru not in business of 'propping up' Labour

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood took Rhondda from Labour - the only constituency seat to change hands in the election.

Ms Wood said her victory, which was a 24% swing to Plaid, was a "new dawn" for Rhondda after claiming 11,891 votes - nearly 3,500 more than Leighton Andrews.

She told BBC Wales Today's Jamie Owen she still wanted Plaid policies to be implemented but would not be "propping up" a Labour government.

  • 06 May 2016
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