Ukip's leader at the Welsh Assembly, Neil Hamilton, has caused uproar in the Senedd by calling Leanne Wood and Kirsty Williams "political concubines".
Speaking after Assembly Members voted for Labour's Carwyn Jones to be re-elected as First Minister, Mr Hamilton criticised the leader of Plaid Cymru, Leanne Wood and the Lib Dem's sole AM Kirsty Williams for for voting for Labour while their constituents overwhelmingly did not.
Kirsty Williams said Hamilton used "blatant sexist language."
The blatant sexist language was bad enough but Neil Hamilton actually talked about dodgy deals with a straight face.
Neil Hamilton says Kirsty Williams and Leanne Wood have made themselves "political concubines" - chamber erupts with outrage.
UKIP group leader Neil Hamliton now addressing members saying they do not intend to be a disruptive influence.
Carwyn Jones includes repealing the UK government's new restrictions on public sector strikes in his legislative programme.
The agreement between Labour First Minister Carwyn Jones and his Liberal Democrat Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams, has been released.
Prof Roger Scully of the Wales Governance Centre looks at the lessons in today's Welsh Barometer poll for politicians and pundits alike.