Mayor, you have made some very interesting comments about re-examining police policy in the broad and in the main. All Home Secretaries who have been in charge of the MPS to date have measured their success by footfalls on the street. You have gone down that way with numbers targets, which you have declared at 35,000 and other people have talked at 41,000. I look forward to getting engaged in that debate. However, as Mayor, you have a number of other functions with regard to policing. You have a role in setting the Budgets and you have a role in leadership and building the confidence of London in its police force. Do you think it helps the debate when you make bold statements such as you feel safer in New York than you do in London?