Plans to ban the use of e-cigarettes in public places where children are present have been defeated in Wales.
The Public Health (Wales) Bill aimed to restrict the use of nicotine inhaling devices in places such as schools, restaurants and cafes as well as on public transport.
But the contentious legislation, which had faced scrutiny from opposition parties and even some health charities, was defeated by just one vote in the Senedd.
Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams said: "Labour's illiberal plan flew in the face of medical evidence. When you've got a whole host of experts and charities like Cancer Research UK against you, you should realise you're on the wrong side of the argument."