Thank you for that and that, without doubt, is a really good programme of activity that you've embarked on in your delivering for women. But you know what I'm going to say - but I would say to you the point that I'm picking up, going across London and meeting with women, is that that is not enough and what they're particularly concerned about is the serious delay that has occurred around the minicab licensing process.
Now, that isn't a question that is on the paper, but I think you could start to talk about that given that the figures that I have suggest that 233 sexual offences took place in 2001/2002 - so far this year - and that's compared with 155. Now, what that means is that women, with those sort of figures around, with that level of fear, are restricting their movement more and then, if you like, the disadvantage in terms of their engaging economically, socially and to just enjoying London, is really something that you could do something about because you could place this matter higher up the agenda. What actions can you take about bringing forward the work on the minicab licensing process?