It is very much a matter of opinion, in relation to the examination in public, the extent to which that the process endorsed the overall plan or not. Certainly from our perspective on the Assembly side, there were a number of major points we made in our submissions where the inspectors seem to have sided with us.
That said, I quite understand the difficulty of making major announcements in drips and drabs. You do not want to get in to a discussion and when we get on to housing later, let us stick to the London Housing Strategy rather than the London Plan. But it is helpful to have an indication of your thinking, for example in relation to the whole economic strategy, since we are about to scrutinise your redrafted Economic Development Strategy.
Can I ask you, therefore, in relation to the Inspectors' conclusions around the economic strategy, do you agree with the thrust of what they are saying that a more balanced approach is needed, that there needs to be much greater emphasis on diversity in London's economy and stressing the important of small and medium enterprises?