That would be helpful. Can I then just return to the Mayor in my final question?
When confronted with the problems on the Tube, your typical response is, `oh well, my hands are tied; I have only just taken it over; it is nowt to do with me, guv'. But the fact is that in this financial year, there is £140 million of resources that could have been deployed on improving the services. Just to give an indication, that, although I appreciate you cannot spend it in a year, is equivalent to 50km of track being completely refurbished and six tube junctions being re-signalled, or over 200 escalators being overhauled.
You cannot spend that in one year, but what consideration did you give, when it became clear there were underspends, to using that money for improving the service today, rather than put it in reserves and thus hold down the Council Tax in an election year?