Mark Drakeford has vowed to be "radical" and "ambitious" in government as his party looks set to remain in power in Wales. Labour has equalled its best ever Senedd election result by winning 30 seats - just one short of a majority - though it is not expected to take any of the remaining four regional seats left to be declared on Saturday. If it does not pick up any of the remaining seats, Mr Drakeford can choose to form a minority government or invite members of other parties into a Labour-led administration, giving the party greater control of the Senedd. Welsh Labour put Friday's "extraordinary set of results" down to Mr Drakeford's leadership during the coronavirus pandemic, which has seen the First Minister's cautious and careful approach go down well with voters. Asked if he planned to continue his cautious brand of politics during a new administration, Mr Drakeford told the PA news agency: "Well, absolutely as far as coronavirus is concerned. The pandemic has not gone away. "A government I lead will continue to follow the science to do what our medical advisers tells us we should do, and that does mean doing things in a way that continues to keep Wales safe. "But on other matters, our manifesto is a radical manifesto with a host of ideas that are ambitious for Wales. "I'll be very keen to ensure that we give that the most powerful sense of momentum behind it to get those things happening here in Wales."