I would like to explore with you, Ken, a couple of high profile and effective initiatives that you could be pursuing and I would like to hear from you your reasons for perhaps not pursuing them. You talked about Aldgate, for example, but there are many transport interchanges in London where people feel that they are going into an unsafe area as soon as they come out of the entrance of the interchange. It seems to me that you could do a lot of effective high profile work on addressing that.
The second aspect, which would be enormously high profile and would be instantly recognised by people across London, including women who are fearful of travelling at night, is the licensing of minicabs so that they have a conspicuous badge, so that people know that a minicab is a minicab, and that it has the driver identified on it. I appreciate the range of excuses, to which you need to add the filibustering by Eric Forth, and I am damned if I know why he did it, but he is a Conservative London MP, and he prevented this legislation from going through parliament a long time ago. I appreciate you have a range of reasons why it hasn't happened yet, but I think Londoners would reward you gratefully if you were to expedite the licensing of minicabs and put extra resource into that. I think that would be an example of best value.