Two things one is on the fact that it is extending the existing technology as far as it can go, but also it is not a very targeted technology. The polling that you refer to actually showed that London wanted congestion charging to be focused either on a road or a small area or a time of day or a day of the week and actually progress towards the Government's programme of road charging where you can be more accurate. In fact Transport for London are spending £17 million now on the new technologies. So, in my view, this is an inappropriate use of the technology. Can you comment on that?
The second part is in this discussion with the government about the funding, if they give you part of the £900 million, maybe they will give it all, are they going to attach strings that say `well, you can go ahead with the Thames Gateway because that helps our Governmental targets, but not with congestion charging which may be your baby and are you going to bow to those strings?
Can you comment on that?