All three opposition parties are accusing the Welsh Government of breaking a key health promise. Health Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced that 'online assessments' will be introduced for people over 50, fulfilling a pledge in Labour's programme for government.
But the announcement has been attacked by the official opposition as 'a massive climb-down from the Health Minister and another promise broken.'
Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams said the online checks represent a 'watered down' version of a key pledge. And Plaid Cymru's Health Spokesperson Elin Jones said she was 'sceptical that a website can take the place of a trained health professional.'