Let us just get back to the actual question because I have to say this is a real anorak's question. Talk about the modern Ebenezer Scrooge. Instead of harkening to the sound of Christmas tills racking up lots of lovely revenue for the retail sector, Mr Biggs is more interested in counting car numbers and managing the Christmas traffic. Would you not accept that mostly the concern around Christmas traffic is the lack of it because what we have been hearing on the news around the Christmas shopping season is that shops are extremely depressed. They are having to face competition from the Internet. They are already having to put their sales on about a month early because they have had such a depressing start to what should be one of the most important parts of the business year for them.
Of course, they have also suggested that your Congestion Charge has not helped. I love your sudden concern about the shops in Oxford Street when you have done more than anybody to demolish some of their profits. Would you accept what the CBI and others have told us that this Christmas season and the January sales that follow are possibly going to be the most important test of your Congestion Charge and the impact it is having on businesses, and that any final verdict has to await the outcome of those two particular occasions?