Ken Skates (pictured) held on to the Clwyd South seat with 7,862 votes for Labour in yesterday's Welsh Assembly elections.
The party has retained all five of its seats in North East Wales and appears set to keep control of the assembly.
For more details, see the BBC coverage at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2016-wales-36207414
* Ken Skates (Welsh Labour) 7,862
Simon Baynes (Welsh Conservatives) 4,846
Mabon ap Gwynfor (Plaid Cymru) 3,861
Mandy Jones (Welsh UKIP) 2,827
Aled Roberts (Welsh Lib Dems) 2,289
Duncan Rees (Welsh Greens) 474
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