Plaid Cymru's Adam Price emphasises the need for evidence based policy, and calls for an impact assessment showing the difference between the various scenarios.
- Plenary begins at 1.30pm with Questions to the First Minister
- Business Statement and Announcement
- Statement by the First Minister: Trade Policy - The Issues for Wales
- Statement: Tackling Rough Sleeping and Homelessness
- Statement: The Chief Medical Officer's Annual Report 2016/17
- Statement by the Leader of the House: The Centenary of Women's Suffrage
- Statement: How Digital Technology is Improving Primary Care
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Conservative Mark Isherwood tells the first minister "you have fostered the least diverse export economy in the UK, leaving Wales more reliant than any other nation on EU trade."Copyright: BBC
The first minister says, "we fully accept that there are significant trading opportunities outside of Europe, but we do not believe the UK Government should pursue Free Trade Agreements at the expense of our trading relationship with our closest and most economically integrated neighbours.
"Building new trading relationships with other countries around the world should be seen as a complement to the relationship with the EU and not a substitute."Copyright: BBC
The first statement of the day is by the First Minister, on Trade Policy - The Issues for Wales.
Neil McEvoy asks "why does Labour have selective sympathy for victims of violence, and only whiter European countries worthy of sympathy".
"You can't say that, that's racism," responds the first minister from his chair.Copyright: BBC
The next item is the Business Statement and Announcement.
Leader of the House Julie James outlines the Assembly's future business and responds to requests from AMs.Copyright: BBC
Town and community councils in Wales "still need to do more to ensure they have robust accountability arrangements in place," says the first minister.
Conservative Angela Burns asks what discussions has the Welsh Government had with public sector bodies to improve the handling of historical sex abuse cases.
The first minister says "lessons from the Waterhouse inquiry have been taken forward with public sector bodies".
The Waterhouse inquiry looked into the abuse of children in care between 1974 and 1996.Copyright: BBC
UKIP 's Neil Hamilton says the first minister is still fighting the referendum campaign rather than preparing for different Brexit options.Copyright: BBC
Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies asks the first minister to confirm whether relevant correspondence from his own personal email address was submitted to the Permanent Secretary's leak inquiry.
"All relevant evidence was made available to the inquiry," replies the first minister, adding the personal email address wasn't used in relation to reshuffle briefing.Copyright: BBC
Any free trade deal needs "buy-in" from the Assembly, says the first minister.
Leanne Wood says Wales should have a veto on a poor deal.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood refers to the UK government ruling out staying in the customs union.
She asks how the Welsh Government will address the lack of physical capacity to accommodate new borders and customs checks at Welsh ports.
The first minister replies that is a matter for the UK government.Copyright: BBC
Mr Jones says the exchanges in the Siambr last week were "not worthy" of the Assembly and offered a "full apology" for his part in it.
He adds the information was passed to him in “good faith” and he did not request it.
First Minister Carwyn Jones apologises to Plaid Cymru AM Adam Price for his use of inaccurate information about Mr Price's contacts with Hywel Dda health board.
The first minister had alleged Mr Price failed to respond to requests for contacts with the health board - comments in the Senedd that led to accusations that data protection law had been breached.
The exchange during First Minister's Questions last Tuesday caused a furore - but Hywel Dda later apologised to Mr Price for giving information to the Welsh Government that was incorrect.
- NHS board apology to AM in 'dirt' row
- Jones accused of breaching data protection
- Hospital closure options considered
- First minister's fate in lawyer's hands
Plenary begins at 1.30pm with Questions to the First Minister.