A Labour Assembly Member says she's been sacked by the First Minister for speaking out about the cost of plans to build a new stretch of M4 motorway.
Jenny Rathbone says she's been dismissed as chair of the All Wales European Programme Monitoring Committee which keeps an eye on the spending of EU funds in Wales.
The Cardiff Central AM says she's disappointed to have been dismissed from a role she says is unrelated to the concerns she went public with.
And she says there's an 'unhealthy culture at the top of the Welsh Government which does not allow for rigorous debate.'
You can read Jenny Rathbone's full statement below:
Neither the Welsh Government nor the First Minister have responded to the criticism from Jenny Rathbone.
I'm told that in Tuesday's Assembly Group meeting other Labour AMs as well as ministers had lost patience with the Cardiff Central AM after a string of criticism of government policies and actions.
Three fellow Labour AMs have gone public with their own criticism of Ms Rathbone for her comments:
However other Labour members have been more supportive of Jenny Rathbone and critical of the leadership. Former minister Alun Davies tweeted his view:
While the Labour deputy leader of Flintshire council called for the First Minister to resign:
The Welsh Conservatives made fun of the First Minister comparing him to the leader of North Korea but also said that Carwyn Jones had serious questions to answer.
Welsh Liberal Democrat Transport spokesperson Eluned Parrott says Labour is in 'complete disarray' over its plans for the M4 which, she says, should be scrapped.
Plaid Cymru said the episode shows that the Labour Welsh Government 'hides from scrutiny and debate.' The party's Simon Thomas said: