First police commissioners chosen amid turnout concerns
The first police and crime commissioners have been elected, as concerns are raised about low turnout in parts of England and Wales.
Numerous areas have confirmed turnouts ranging from 13-20%.
The chairwoman of the Electoral Commission said the turnout was "a concern for everyone who cares about democracy".
David Cameron said numbers were always going to be low when holding an election for the first time.
In Gwent, where turnout was 14.3% overall, one polling station in Newport was visited by no voters at all
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