Back in November, AMs discussed how membership of certain bodies such as the National Parks or Forestry Commission disqualified candidates from becoming AMs.
After a fairly brief debate where the matter was made clear, came this intervention from the Lib Dem leader:
 Kirsty Williams: I agree with the proposed course of action, but we are getting dangerously close to an election period, and I can think of at least one candidate from my party who would fall foul of these rules as they are currently drafted. Therefore, we need clarity as quickly as possible, because candidates have been selected who need to make decisions about the bodies on which they currently sit or the employment they currently have. There is nothing worse than someone falling foul of the rules, having legitimately secured a place in the Assembly, only to have that taken away because we have not been clear about the rules around candidature. We should impress upon the First Minister that he needs to deal with this quickly as a matter of urgency, given how close we are to an election period. It is not as if he has three years to sort this out.
The question arises - did Kirsty inform Aled Roberts or John Dixon of this danger?