The Welsh Government will not try to ban the use of e-cigarettes in enclosed public spaces.
Speaking on BBC Radio Wales this morning Carwyn Jones said "there is no point including the provisions on e-cigs when we know they are not going to get through."
Read about the history of the e-cig battle here
The previous Health minister Mark Drakeford worried about the impact e-cigs could have on children fearing they could be used as a 'gateway' to traditional smoking.
That wasn't the view of many anti smoking groups including Cancer Research UK, ASH and Tenovus.
He included plans to restrict them in a Public Health Bill in the last Assembly, but that failed to get enough support to become law law.
Now the First Minister confirms the proposals won't be coming back.