The problem that many Labour Members and supporters have with your Budget strategy is that it does not seem to include enough analysis of the alternatives. We all want to have rail links and bridges and more police; but every Londoner has to make hard budget decisions every day, and if we are going to sell it to Londoners, we need to see that you have done the same. Clearly you have a problem, in that you are a two-club golfer. You have congestion charging and the precept, and you may have aspirations to go elsewhere. There is a case for saying that although, as Mayor, you want to extend the transport system, you are trying to extend it too quickly, without the necessary resources. That may be an argument that you have with Government, but it should not be an argument that we have with Londoners.