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Last Updated: Saturday, 7 May 2005, 16:12 GMT 17:12 UK
Wales voters' panel: Jo Jones on the result

MEET THE PANEL
Jo Jones
Name: Jo Jones
Age: 60
Lives: Kinmel Bay
Works: Sub-postmistress
Original voting intention: Undecided
Final voting intention: Conservative
I'm delighted that we overturned Labour in Clwyd West.

I was also pleased to see George Galloway triumphant.

And I'm also delighted with the result for Peter Law in Blaenau Gwent.

It seems ridiculous to me that with nearly 25%, the Liberal Democrats have so few seats.

But I think that only a hung parliament will ever bring in proportional representation.

So it looks like a bumpy few years ahead.

I think I'll retire to Spain.





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