I haven't attended a meeting with young people where free bus travel, and possibly free travel on the Tube for under-18s, hasn't proved popular. I think it's popular, because many young people, particularly in education, have very limited incomes. There is a lot of evidence that people are forced out of education by their low incomes.
On the one hand, I'm delighted you might be copying Labour policy. The problem we have is that you have been all over the place on this. You started this year saying it was totally unaffordable, when you then attended a meeting with me you announced that you were thinking of making it free for young Londoners and, last week, you said that it might be half price travel.
I think Londoners need a bit of certainty on this, rather than off-the-cuff statements. When are you going to make a decision on this and when will Londoners know whether they're going to get concessionary rates for young people?