By Lola Mayor
Labour will remain in power in Wales for another five years after matching its best-ever Senedd election result, winning half of the 60 seats in the Welsh Parliament. On Saturday, the final regional seats in South Wales East and South Wales Central were declared. With the results of those final eight seats, Labour has won 30 seats, the Conservatives 16, Plaid Cymru 13, and the Lib Dems one.
Counting complete. After 60 of 60 seats declared.Change compared with 2016
Counting complete. After 4 of 4 police force areas declared.
By Lola Mayor
BBC Wales' political correspondent James Williams explores votes apathy.
By Jack Grey
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited the leaders of the devolved nations to a summit on how "Team UK" can recover from the pandemic.
He congratulated Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford and Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon on their re-elections and invited them to a meeting "to discuss our shared challenges and how we can work together in the coming months and years to overcome them".
Mr Johnson highlighted the Covid vaccine roll-out as an example of "Team UK in action", with the UK procuring doses at scale, and he urged the first ministers to continue the "cooperative spirit".
It is looking increasingly likely Welsh Labour will go it alone and form a Welsh government without help from other parties.
Thursday's Senedd election left it with 30 seats - one short of an outright majority.
Labour Neath Member of the Senedd (MS) Jeremy Miles said the result allows them to work with parties on a "case-by-case basis".
And party leader Mark Drakeford said Labour had governed successfully on 30 seats before.
With no significant challenge from the opposition to his position Mr Drakeford is expected to be reappointed to his job as first minister.
However, he may in future need help from the opposition to pass laws and get Labour's spending plans through the Welsh Parliament.