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Live Reporting

By Andy Roberts, Adrian Browne, Ben Frampton and David Deans

All times stated are UK

  1. Brexit Party top in Flintshire

    Change UK - 1,386

    Conservative - 3,260

    Greens - 2,579

    Labour - 6,428

    Lib Dems - 5,944

    Plaid Cymru - 4,396

    Brexit Party - 15,613

    UKIP - 1,483

  2. Brexit Party top in Denbighshire

    Change UK - 700

    Conservative - 2,572

    Greens - 1,654

    Labour - 3,682

    Lib Dems - 3,335

    Plaid Cymru - 4,910

    Brexit Party - 9,168

    UKIP - 961

  3. Brexit Party top in Conwy

    Change UK - 941

    Conservative - 3,001

    Greens - 1,976

    Labour - 3,439

    Lib Dems - 4,442

    Plaid Cymru - 6,784

    Brexit Party - 12,131

    UKIP - 1,168

  4. Brexit Party top in Carmarthenshire

    Change UK - 1,371

    Conservative - 2,839

    Greens - 2,853

    Labour - 7,263

    Lib Dems - 4,598

    Plaid Cymru - 18,040

    Brexit Party - 19,004

    UKIP - 1,855

  5. Brexit Party tops Cardiff

    Change UK - 3,204

    Conservative - 6,393

    Greens - 8,405

    Labour - 17,297

    Lib Dems - 20,799

    Plaid Cymru - 20,047

    Brexit Party - 21,077

    UKIP - 2,164

  6. Brexit Party top in Caerphilly

    Change UK - 1,182

    Conservative - 1,552

    Greens - 2,302

    Labour - 8,354

    Lib Dems - 3,795

    Plaid Cymru - 7,548

    Brexit Party - 15,808

    UKIP - 1,846

  7. Brexit Party tops Bridgend

    Change UK - 1,235

    Conservative - 2,111

    Greens - 1,895

    Labour - 6,355

    Lib Dems - 4,071

    Plaid Cymru - 5,219

    Brexit Party - 12,318

    UKIP - 1,261

  8. Brexit Party top in Blaenau Gwent

    Change UK - 475

    Conservative - 454

    Greens - 646

    Labour - 3,679

    Lib Dems - 1,058

    Plaid Cymru - 2,072

    Brexit Party - 5,995

    UKIP - 806

  9. Plaid Cymru top in Anglesey

    Change UK - 382

    Conservative - 1,157

    Greens - 941

    Labour - 1,890

    Lib Dems - 1,603

    Plaid Cymru - 7,144

    Brexit Party - 6,791

    UKIP - 668

  10. Brexit Party takes Cardiff

    It's a close run thing with barely a thousand votes between the top three parties with Lib Dems second and Plaid Cymru third.

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  11. First result - Brexit Party top in Pembrokeshire

    The Brexit Party takes top slot in the first result of the night, for Pembrokeshire.

    Plaid Cymru is second, with the Lib Dems third and Labour fourth.

    Pembrokeshire result
  12. 'Hugely positive'

    Plaid Cymru claims to have beaten Labour

    A Plaid Cymru source claims the party has beaten Labour in an all-Wales election for first time in history.

    The source anticipates the Brexit Party to come in first place, with Plaid Cymru second and Labour third.

    The source says it's a "hugely positive" step for Plaid Cymru in its first electoral test for Adam Price as leader.

    It could be the best result for Plaid Cymru since the 1999 EU election and the best performance for 20 years, the source claims.

  13. Where's the action?

    David Deans

    BBC Wales politics reporter

    Wales, like the rest of the UK, could turn out to be the backdrop of a rough night for the two biggest parties - with the Brexit Party benefiting.

    There's an expectation in Pembrokeshire, where the Welsh declaration will be made, the Brexit Party will get two seats and Plaid Cymru at least one.

    Some think Labour will get the fourth seat - but could the Liberal Democrats beat them to it?

    The Lib Dems are "cautiously optimistic" - it would be an enormous shock though and there is briefing here that it won't be as bad as that for Labour.

    The Tories would be nowhere to be seen in that scenario. They're playing it down - it's bad, you hear, but to be expected. That is extraordinary, given the scenario I've outlined could see them in fifth.

    We're hearing interesting gossip about Cardiff. Sources have told BBC Wales they think Labour will come fourth, with Plaid Cymru, the Brexit Party and the Liberal Democrats all in the game for first place in the Welsh capital.

    Pembrokeshire count stage
  14. What happened last time?

    What happened at the last EU election?

    In 2014, UKIP topped the poll across the UK - Labour came first in Wales, but only just, with UKIP second.

    While Labour's Derek Vaughan was re-elected with 28.15% of the vote, UKIP's list got Nathan Gill returned as an MEP with 27.55%.

    The Tories' Kay Swinburne was re-elected with 17.43% and Plaid Cymru came fourth, but held on to Jill Evans's seat with 15.26%

    It meant the status quo from the previous election in 2009 remained.

  15. Welcome

    Good evening and welcome to our live coverage and reaction to the results in Wales for the elections to the European Parliament.

    We're expecting the vote to be announced at about midnight, but this could change.