I am certainly glad to praise the leader of the most effective local authority in the country, with 20-odd Government chartermarks for its service - many more than any other local authority. We have had this argument before, and I can remember telling you about the millions of pounds Wandsworth has put in of its own council tax money - £25 million over the last years - in affordable and social housing. No other local authority has put the money into its own housing that Wandsworth has done. I remember telling you and Samantha Heath this before: one in three of the new housing developments are for affordable housing.
However, can I criticise your 50% of affordable housing? My understanding is that that breaks down to 35% social housing and only 15% of low-cost housing -
The Chair: You are doing a Biggs.
Elizabeth Howlett: Is that true? Key workers such as the police, nurses, teachers and fire workers want to get on to the housing ladder so that they can profit from the expansion of housing to buy in London.