I feel very positive about you setting Capital Standards over graffiti, and I also have some sympathy with boroughs that feel that they are already meeting some basic standards. One interesting thing that came from the investigation, which was very much across the typical party political activity you had on the Assembly, was just how variable the standards were across London in terms of the amount of resources that were being provided.
Can I suggest to you some other interesting things to investigate with boroughs? There's also what the international standards are as well. In many cities in the States, the standard you referred to in Ealing - I think it was a 24-hour cleansing rate - is one that is very common, but it's something that's not very common in London.
Some very good work has been done in terms of making a difference in boroughs like Bexley and Barnet, where different agencies have worked together. That is also something that could be within the Mayor's Capital Standards - trying to encourage that type of good quality cross-agency working. Something we picked up in the investigation was the issue of youth service provision, and the Assembly may be very keen to work with you to identify weaknesses in that provision across London.
The last point that I wanted to make was that London local authorities are working together with legislation in the house to ban the sale to unaccompanied youngsters. Could we also, as an authority, lobby for legislation to not just ban those sales in London, but nationally as well, because there's not much point, if you live in Bexley and can go down to Dartford to go and get a hold of the materials as an unaccompanied minor? Is this something we, as an authority, could perhaps lobby on?