An independent adviser has been appointed to investigate whether the First Minister breached the ministerial code over allegations of bullying.
Carwyn Jones has released a statement saying that James Hamilton, a current independent adviser to the Scottish Government, will look into allegations made by opposition parties that the First Minister misled the Assembly when answering questions about bullying claims in 2014.
Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies a letter to Mr Jones last week raising a question from 2014 by Darren Millar, in response to which the First Minister said 'no allegations have been made,' after the First Minister gave a different answer in First Minister's questions.
Other opposition parties joined the call for an AM-led inquiry and Mr Jones rejected accusations that he'd misled the Assembly, saying there were no bullying allegations.
The Welsh Conservatives welcomed the progress saying 'independence is crucial.'
Plaid Cymru described the announcement as 'long overdue.'