Suzy Davies: People of any age can help save a life
Lifesaving skills should be a compulsory part of the school curriculum, according to the Conservative AM Suzy Davies.
She wants the Welsh Government to bring in legislation requiring all children to be trained to perform CPR and to use defibrillators.
St John Ambulance and the British Red Cross are backing her idea which, she says, could save the lives of people who might otherwise die.
But ministers have said pupils already learn "emergency aid procedures" in personal and social education lessons.
- From the section Wales politics