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Labour Welsh government ministers and Plaid Cymru are in talks over a potential co-operation agreement in the Senedd.

A statement from the two groups on Tuesday said they are looking at where they can work together.

Labour won the Welsh Parliament election in May but did not win a majority.

It means votes from opposition parties are needed to pass votes in the Senedd, such as for budgets and laws.

The Welsh Conservatives dubbed the talks a “stitch-up”.

BBC Wales was told that the two sides are not discussing a coalition, and Plaid are

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