Polls close across Wales for UK general election – BBC.com

Polling stations have closed across Wales for voting in the UK general election.
A total of 235 candidates are standing across 32 Welsh constituencies, with all but the Anglesey seat of Ynys Môn being contested under new boundaries.
The changes follow a review which reduced the number of Welsh seats at Westminster by eight, to even out voter numbers in UK constituencies.
Counting will take place overnight with the first results in Wales expected to be declared after about 02:00 BST Friday.
There will be full coverage of those results and what they mean on BBC One Wales, Radio Wales, S4C, Radio Cymru, the BBC news website and Cymru Fyw.
The new chancellor will speak to business leaders at the Treasury later to set out Labour's plan for the economy.
Labour are already talking about repeating their electoral success at the Holyrood elections, James Cook writes.
The new UK government wants to signal its desire to engage in the face of multiple world crises.
There are concerns that with a Labour mayor and government, the concerns of Tory voters in outer London may be overlooked.
Welsh Tory leader says answers won't be found "through the empty lens of Nigel Farage's pint glass".
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