The First Minister has said sorry to a Plaid Cymru AM for answers which he says 'weren't worthy' of the standards expected in a parliament.
Adam Price had demanded an apology following exchanges last week over a row about plans for hospitals run by the Hywel Dda Health Board.
Carwyn Jones had claimed that the Plaid Cymru AM had ignored an offer to meet the Health Board and hadn't responded to emails sent to him.
Last week, Hywel Dda's Chief Executive clarified that Adam Price had been in talks with them and apologised for giving inaccurate information to the Welsh Government.
But the First Minister refused to apologise and his spokesperson insisted that Mr Price was angry because he'd been exposed as a hypocritce.
Today, Carwyn Jones struck a different tone, and before First Minister's Questions, made this apology:
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood said 'it was right' that the First Minister apologised but the party remains angry that what they say was confidential information was accessed by the Welsh Government for use in an attack on a political opponent.