Senedd Live returns for the next plenary on Wednesday 8 June at 1.30pm.
- Plenary begins at 1.30pm with Questions to the First Minister.
- Urgent Question: part-time postgraduate study
- Statement by the First Minister: Cabinet Appointments.
- Motion to appoint the Business Committee.
There are no objections to the proposal that the National Assembly for Wales:
Appoints the Presiding Officer, Jane Hutt (Labour), Simon Thomas (Plaid Cymru), Paul Davies (Welsh Conservatives) and Mark Reckless (UKIP Wales) as members of the Business Committee.
David Melding, the former deputy Presiding Officer, says that Kirsty Williams' appointment is a good step for Welsh politics.
Could UKIP and the Conservatives be included in behind the scenes negotiations, asks Neil Hamilton.
He also suggests that Kirsty Williams has, in effect, become a Labour AM.
This first minister gives his assurance that she remains a Lib Dem AM.
Leanne Wood seeks assurance that the Welsh-language has not been "downgraded" as it was previously the first minister's responsibility whereas it now rests outside the cabinet with Alun Davies.
"There is no question of the language being downgraded" replies Mr Jones.
The first minister makes a statement on his Cabinet appointments and says his government will be "open, inclusive and transparent", and adds that a "critical five-year period lays ahead".
Plaid Cymru's Simon Thomas says this goes back to the previous cut made to HEFCW's budget.
Conservative Angela Burns asks the Education Secretary for an urgent statement following news that support for part-time postgraduate study in Wales has been scrapped.
Kirsty Williams says that the decision is a matter for the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW).
She adds says she is working with officials to gain a greater understanding of funds and finance available.
Dr Dai Lloyd speaks for the first time since he was re-elected, and says how antibiotics are used is a responsibility for us all.
UKIP's Nathan Gill asks what the government will do over the bottleneck on Britannia Bridge.
The first minister replies that ensuring there is a proper four lane crossing over the Menai will be important work over next five years.
Conservative Susy Davies says she is disappointed that he has only spoken to two potential Tata buyers.
The first minister replies they are still looking to see if there is more the Welsh Government can do on business rates for steel, and adds that the loss at Port Talbot steelworks has been cut by two thirds.
UKIP's Neil Hamilton asks will the first minister support proposal that the EU raises tariffs to the same level as the US has on steel.
Yes he would, he replies. He says it was the UK government's decision not to support raising of steel tariffs.
Mr Jones also says he has met two of the organisations that have put forward an interest for Tata Steel's UK operations.
On the topic of council mergers, Mr Davies asks if there will be local government elections next May or will they be postponed.
They will go ahead, says Mr Jones.
On Sunday, the first minister told BBC Radio Wales he wanted to talk to opposition parties about the future of local government.
"Clearly, the map we published before the election, that is not going to gain support across the assembly, that's obvious," Mr Jones told the Sunday Supplement programme.
Andrew RT Davies ask if Mr Jones is confident with a start date for building the M4 relief road of Spring 2018.
Mr Jones replies he cannot prejudge what the M4 relief road public inquiry will say.
Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies asks if if all cabinet members are bound by collective responsibility.
Yes, replies first minister.
The only remaining Liberal Democrat assembly member, Kirsty Williams, has gained the Welsh Government's education portfolio.
The first minister says under the terms of the compact, the Welsh government will be looking at whether there is a better way of dealing with drug requests.
Ms Wood says that the first minister should be commended as during the campaign Labour had argued against ending the "postcode lottery".
Mr Jones adds there is a need to examine the current Individual Patient Funding Request (IPFR) drugs system.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood pays tribute to cancer drugs campaigner Annie Mulholland who has died.
She asks for confirmation that the Welsh government will establish an independent panel into the current system.
Former Labour minister John Griffiths suggests that borrowing earmarked for the M4 should be available to whatever the Welsh Government wants to spend it on.
The first minister replies that the current situation is that the money can only be used for the M4.
He adds that he expects a public inquiry on the M4 relief road to begin in the autumn and to take a year.
Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies asks about a Dinas Powys bypass. He says that with developments demand is greater now than ever.
The first minister says it would be a matter for the Vale of Glamorgan Council to consider, but that he is happy to examine proposals.
The first question of the Fifth Assembly is asked by Sian Gwenllian, the Plaid Cymru member for Arfon, seeking a statement on the Welsh Government's plans to train more doctors.
Here's the full list of tabled questions.
Mr Hamilton accepts the Presiding Officer's ruling. He says he has no intention to upset anybody in anyway.
He suggests he could have talked about the Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru "getting into bed with Labour".
Elin Jones suggests it would be better for Mr Hamilton to move on, but Mr Hamilton says he was trying to make a humorous point.
Elin Jones adds that Mr Hamilton's words fell foul of assembly standing orders and says the use of sexist language was "unacceptable".
The Presiding Officer says she has received a number of complaints after UKIP group leader Neil Hamilton last week described two senior female AMs as "political concubines" in Carwyn Jones' "harem".
Last week Mr Hamilton said he had no regrets for the way he described Lib Dem AM Kirsty Williams and Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood in his maiden Senedd speech.
Croeso to Senedd Live.
Assembly members will be meeting at 1.30pm for First Minister's questions. It will be the first time Carwyn Jones answers questions in Plenary since being re-appointed First Minister, and the establishment of a Labour minority administration.
He was re-elected last week after AMs from Labour and Plaid Cymru backed a deal to end a week-long deadlock over the post.
He will also make a statement on Cabinet appointments.
During the session there will also be a motion to appoint the Presiding Officer Elin Jones, Jane Hutt (Labour), Simon Thomas (Plaid Cymru), Paul Davies (Welsh Conservatives) and Mark Reckless (UKIP Wales) as members of the Business Committee.
The Business Committee is chaired by the Presiding Officer and is responsible for deciding how the Assembly's work is arranged.