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  1. Plenary begins at 1.30pm with Questions to the First Minister
  2. Business Statement and Announcement
  3. Statement: End of Life Care
  4. Statement: Educational Leadership
  5. Statement: The Dementia Action Plan
  6. Debate: Stage 4 of the Public Health (Wales) Bill
  7. Short Debate: Electrical fires - an increasing threat in today's technological age

Live Reporting

By Alun Jones and Nia Harri

All times stated are UK

  1. Three year delivery plan

    Next in the Siambr is a statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport, Vaughan Gething: End of Life Care. 

    The Welsh Government has a three year plan outlining how it intends to improve services for patients and their families and how it will support them.  

    Vaughan Gething
  2. 'Life changing injury'

    Jenny Rathbone welcomes Lesley Griffiths, Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, back to the Siambr after the "life changing injury that she suffered as a result of an accident".

  3. Business Statement and Announcement

    Now we have the Business Statement and Announcement where the Leader of the House Jane Hutt outlines the future business of the Assembly. 

    Jane Hutt
  4. Manufacturing output

    Shrinking manufacturing output worries Plaid Cymru's Steffan Lewis, who accuses the Welsh Government of dithering over a plan.

    The first minister denies dithering over the economy. He cites Aston Martin and says officials are working with 88 other firms. 

  5. Armed forces veterans with mental health problems

    Armed forces veterans with mental health problems are having to wait for NHS treatment or travel to England, says Conservative Mark Isherwood. 

    Mark Isherwood
  6. Welsh medium education

    On plans to close the Welsh-medium stream at Brecon High School, Neil Hamilton says sending pupils on long bus rides for Welsh medium education won't encourage take up.

    Local authorities have to show their Welsh medium education plans are workable or we may reject them, says the first minister.

    Transport is vital to support out-of-school activities in rural areas if Welsh medium education is to survive, says Simon Thomas.

  7. 'Better to work with Theresa May'

    The Cardiff city deal and scrapping of the Severn tolls shows it's better to work with Theresa May than Jeremy Corbyn says Nick Ramsay.

    The first minister praises Mr Ramsay for his cheek but says gains are only because the Welsh Government has been pushing the UK government hard.  

    The Conservatives will scrap the Severn Bridge tolls if they win the general election, Theresa May has said, predicting a £100m economic boost.

    The pledge goes further than the existing plan to halve the tolls - currently £6.70 for cars - by 2018

    Severn tolls
    Image caption: Congestion at the toll booths has been an issue as well as the cost of the crossing
  8. Economy exchanges

    The first minister calls for more UK government action on energy and transport, but Plaid Cymru's Adam Price asks about Labour ideas.  

    Carwyn Jones says the Welsh Government is delivering on the economy, naming the Metro and Aston Martin among the evidence.  

    Deal done: Aston Martin chief executive Andy Palmer shakes hands with First Minister Carwyn Jones
    Image caption: Deal done: Aston Martin chief executive Andy Palmer shakes hands with First Minister Carwyn Jones
  9. Residential care

    On residential care, Labour's Huw Irranca-Davies welcomes the doubling of the cash people can keep from the sale of their homes.

    Is a £50,000 savings cap the best we can do, asks Conservative Suzy Davies, who adds that the Tory proposal of £100,000 more closely reflects house values. 

    Huw Irranca-Davies
  10. 'Only suicidal cases are now being referred'

    Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood, fresh from the manifesto launch - expresses concern about help for young people with mental health problems, stating that only suicidal cases are now being referred.

    The first minister says extra cash has cut waiting times. 

    Leanne Wood
  11. 'Immigration pushes down pay'

    UKIP leader Neil Hamilton accuses Labour of Brexit scaremongering over a threat to the NHS recruitment campaign. 

    He also says immigration pushes down pay.

    The first minister says there should be higher minimum wages and less exploitation. 

    Neil Hamilton
  12. Will Jeremy Corbyn be prime minister?

    Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies asks if the first minister believes that Jeremy Corbyn will be prime minister on June 9.

    Mr Jones takes a swipe at Theresa May for not engaging with the public, but he still does not mention Jeremy Corbyn by name. 

    Pushed again on the Corbyn question, the first minister claims the prime minister is less than fulsome in support of Mr Davies.

    The new Tory pledge to scrap the Severn bridge tolls is hailed by Mr Davies. The first minister welcomes their conversion after refusing calls for this for years.  

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  13. Professional clubs 'should be rooted in the community'

    The first minister agrees with UKIP's Gareth Bennett that professional clubs like Cardiff City and Newport County should be rooted in the community.  

  14. Sports clubs help tackle obesity

    Rhun ap Iorwerth hopes sports clubs will help take action on obesity as part of the strategy outlined in the Public Health Bill.  

  15. Allegations of child abuse in grassroots sport

     Janet Finch-Saunders turns attention to allegations of child abuse in grassroots sport, and calls for a safe environment for youngsters.  

  16. Swansea City's top-flight survival

    Mike Hedges hails the success of Swansea City in avoiding relegation.

    The first minister agrees that professional sport boosts the economy.  

    Swansea won three of their final four games to secure Premier League safety
    Image caption: Swansea won three of their final four games to secure Premier League safety
  17. Air pollution kills more people than road traffic accidents

    Jenny Rathbone points out that air pollution kills more people than road traffic accidents. 

    She expresses support for clean air zones which drivers of polluting vehicles have to pay to enter. 

    Mr Jones says the Welsh Government will consult on a clean air strategy within 12 months.  

    Carwyn Jones
  18. Tackling air pollution in Wales

    The first question tabled for today is by Jenny Rathbone (Cardiff Central): What is the Welsh Government's strategy for tackling air pollution in Wales? 

    Jenny Rathbone
  19. Welcome to Senedd Live

    Plenary begins as usual with Questions to the First Minister.