Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood pledged today to stand against Welsh Education Minister Leighton Andrews at the 2016 Assembly elections.
In a speech marking her first anniversary as party leader Ms Woods said she would challenge the Labour AM on a "Welsh alternative to austerity" including devolving powers over benefits to Wales.
The British government is considering plans to scrap a ban on standing both in a constituency and on the party list.
But even if it doesn't she has said she'll contest the Labour stronghold where she was born and continues to live.
Mr Andrews kept his education portfolio in a Welsh cabinet reshuffle announced on Twitter today, but almost missed the meeting when his car was "occupied" by Welsh language activists in Carmarthen.
Professor Mark Drakeford was appointed as health minister and Huw Lewis was given responsibility for tackling poverty.
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