In fact, we have it from your own adviser on transport at the GLA, Mr Keith Gardner, that it is the written responses that count, not the others. So I think we need to be clear about that.
It is funny that you should mention the District Auditor, because I have a letter here which I will be sending to the Chairman of the Audit Commission, Dame Helena Shovelton. I am going to copy it in to Derek Elliott. I am going to ask them to have a look at the way you have been squandering public money on that ludicrous advertising campaign. I mean, really - what an insult to the intelligence of Londoners: "Jam today - do you want your buses to run more quickly?" Don't you think people are capable of giving you slightly more intelligent answers than that sort of question would normally elicit? I think it is an absolute outrage. And then we have your grinning face.
I shall send that letter today, asking them to have a look at the way you have chosen to spend this huge sum of money. My question to you is, will you be happy to co-operate fully with any inquiry that they might to go into?