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Labour have grabbed the most votes in Wales' European Elections, with 206,332 - that's just around 4,300 ahead of UKIP.
All of the 2009 poll winners keep their seats with the Conservatives taking third place and Plaiid Cymru coming home fourth.
The Liberal Democrats didn't make fifth - that as taken by the Green Party, leaving the Lib Dems sixth.
Although the same parties will be heading to Brussels, their electoral share has changed significantly.
Five years ago, UKIP won just 12.8% of vote, but fast forward to 2014 and that figure has almost doubled.